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How do i clean the blades on my lasko fan?

I can't figure out how to get the cover off to clean the blades.

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Lasko table fan model 4916 , I would like to know how to take it apart to clean it.


Kevin-
LASKO's typically have latches or clips that hold the front fan guard to the back fan guard.
Flip latches or carefully remove the plastic clips. This will reveal the 'nut' that secures the fan 'blade assembly'. Note, the nut has 'lefthand' thread so to remove it, turn it clockwise to remove.
The fan blade assembly can be pulled / wiggled free.
The fan blade assembly can be washed with water / wiped with a cloth.
Another nut (righthand thread) secures the back half of the fan guard, remove it and remove the guard.
That should do it.

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How do I take the front cover off so that I can clean the blades etc of dust?


You can blow the whole fan clean with compressed air or a compressor. It does not require removing the cover. The cover comes off with a twist and a pull, but does not stay on well afterwards, so I don't recommend removal. Farmerbear at FixYa.com

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I have a Model #3510 Lasko Cyclone Fan and the blades are dirty


Steam works great, otherwise you can use a degreaser and hose it off. Make sure you let it dry completey and then some before plugging back in.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/josh_87ce33216d7b2148

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Lay the fan face up on a flat surface. The front grill should be facing you. Remove the screws from the rear grill. Place a flat-head screwdriver into the gap between the front and rear grills. Pull the front grill towards you, exposing the fan blade. Do not remove the knobs on either side. Then, wipe the blade with a soft, damp cloth. Use a mild detergent if necessary. Be sure not to touch the motor. Click here to download product instruction sheet.

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Blade broke where to get new one


You can call by phone Lasko customer Service and Replacement Parts......1-800-233-0268.......givi them FAN info and they will ship you part..........................Also check, your product may be covered under WARRENTY or may be listed under product recall .......either will reduce your COST .....

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Cleaning


not sure of the lasko brand but some fans have a cap over the center of the blades that must be unscrewed to remove the blades.( the motor shaft has threads on the end of it ).
some older models actually have the blades that unscrew opposite of turning direction, and you have to find a way to grip the motor shaft and unscrew the blades........
hope this helps.............jay

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How To Clean


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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Lasko tower fan with ionizer


Try a can of compressed air. It's impossible to get inside.

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