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Cleaning tower fan

I cna't seem to get the fan apart to clean the grid .... it's nasty.. can you guide me how to do this?  laurie

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The best way that I found to clean things like this is to find someone who has an air compressor and blow out the unit. But do this outside! The dust is usually unbearable. This is easier than losing small parts and can't hurt it at all!

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