Introduction

After removing the outer casing, replacing the fan blades is quick and easy! You would want to use this guide to replace the broken part or clean dirty blades.

Remove the four 14 mm screws  from the back of the device using the Phillips #0 Screwdriver. Remove the four 14 mm screws  from the back of the device using the Phillips #0 Screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 14 mm screws from the back of the device using the Phillips #0 Screwdriver.

Add Comment

Pull the front and back parts of the case away from each other until the back is free from the front. This may require a large amount of force. Pull the front and back parts of the case away from each other until the back is free from the front. This may require a large amount of force.
  • Pull the front and back parts of the case away from each other until the back is free from the front. This may require a large amount of force.

Add Comment

Remove the hex nut from the fan motor with a 10mm hexagonal ratcheting socket wrench. The nut uses a left-handed thread.
  • Remove the hex nut from the fan motor with a 10mm hexagonal ratcheting socket wrench.

  • The nut uses a left-handed thread.

Add Comment

Grasp the fan blade firmly and pull upward to remove it from the center column of the fan. The slots on the fan blades and center column need to be aligned for reassembly.
  • Grasp the fan blade firmly and pull upward to remove it from the center column of the fan.

  • The slots on the fan blades and center column need to be aligned for reassembly.

Add Comment

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Jenna Johnson

Member since: 10/14/2014

235 Reputation

1 Guide authored

Team

Cal Poly, Team 10-40, Amido Fall 2014 Member of Cal Poly, Team 10-40, Amido Fall 2014

CPSU-AMIDO-F14S10G40

3 Members

7 Guides authored

0 Comments

Add Comment

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 0

Past 7 Days: 5

Past 30 Days: 34

All Time: 1,343