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Need to Open Older Lasko Hassock Fan.

Ribbon wrapped around axle of older Lasko hassock fan. How can I open the fan to untangle this mess? The screws at the bottom of the fan look as if they'd disengage the motor and fan assembly from the housing but I wouldn't be able to pull it out because the opening is too small.

Info from bottom of fan: E20739, Type HA-12F, Style G, Listed 154C.

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  • nlsmall Jun 27, 2008



    How do you clean the E20739 model of Lasko Ionizing Tower
    Fan?


    Huge dust bunnies inside fan remain even when I tried to vacuum
    outer surface with a brush attachment unsuccessfully,  There are two screws at the top - four screws at the bottom
    on the back cover of the fan, but they cannot be moved with a screw driver.  Are they supposed to be removed to
    clean the fan?  I am experiencing
    very severe asthma and need to clean the product ASAP.   Please help.  Can't find a user manual on-line.

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    I have it down to one screw at the top that will not unscrew with a phiillips screwdriver or any type of screwdriver I have tried.
    The four screws at the lower back of my fan came out, but the one at the top does not accept any pattern of screwdriver I have tried. I am considering using a drill bit to destroy the screw but the risk is that the metal filings can get imside the circuits and damage them.

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mrboo747
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SOURCE: Lasko E20739 Fan

Replace the motor

Posted on Aug 27, 2008


mrboo747
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SOURCE: Lasko E20739 Fan

I would love to tell you yes, but I ended up buying new fan.
The common wire was broken, buried in the windings and no way to repair without
damaging the windings.
Could not find anything on line.

Sorry,
mrboo747
aka Gary C

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

sawdust46694
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SOURCE: I ahve a hassock fan from 1952 that needs a new blade-

http://www.laskoproducts.com/fans/model_2152c.html

hope this helps you.
Sawdust

Posted on Aug 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Cleaning

Model E20739: The entire back comes off to expose the fan blades after removing two screws. Just unplug the unit. On the back of the unit near the top is a recess that acts as a carrying handle. In that area you will see two large silver-colored screws. Remove these, grasp the back of the unit and push down on it as you pull it away from the body of the fan. You may have to wiggle it around a little to free it.

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