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Cant figure out how to open this up to clean the blades

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  • pltt19 Oct 14, 2008

    can't open to clean the baldes!

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On the back of the fan there are 6 recessed phillips head screws around the circumfrence of the fan. You must use a longer screwdriver as the screws are set in a couple of inches.

The two screws on the bottom are a little harder to see.

There are also two clips on the sides front cover. Squeeze on the sides gently to release these.

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