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Its not a problem. How do you clean this fan. There is alot of dust inside of the front grid. Is there a special way this front grid can be removed for cleaning? Thanks.

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Hi,
My experience is that the best way is to use the canned air like you would clean a computer keyboard with...trying to remove the grille will result in broken tabs and then you have to tape it back on...

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Just use canned air, then turn the fan on and blow canned air in it again so all the "dust bunnies" get blown out from the center. Then use something like a small screwdriver to pull the big dust clusters that get stuck in the front grill.

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