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How do I clean the Lakewood Tower Fan LWTF-42/RC-DLX. How can I open it to clean the blades

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    Look in the handle of the fan and there are two screws to take the back panel off.
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Open the grills and use a long stem tipped with cloth dipped in kerosene to lightly clean the dust. Then use a similar arrangement of dry cloth wound on it to wipe clean the moist dirt. Repeat the process and you will have a clean blade. Use a jet air blower to assist you , use face mask and do it out in the open.
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