Introduction

Clean the head of the hairdryer, including the vent, to prevent the fan from getting clogged. Debris in the fan may cause a rattling noise or cause the fan to stop working.

Image 1/1: Unscrew the two 17.83 mm black screws located on the handle.
  • Before disassembly, make sure that the device is unplugged.

  • Unscrew the two 17.83 mm black screws located on the handle.

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Image 1/1: Make sure that the each piece is free from debris.
  • Separate the shell from the main component.

  • Make sure that the each piece is free from debris.

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Image 1/3: For reassembly, put the silver encasing on before the the black cover. Image 2/3: For reassembly, put the silver encasing on before the the black cover. Image 3/3: For reassembly, put the silver encasing on before the the black cover.
  • Continue to pull the components apart.

  • For reassembly, put the silver encasing on before the the black cover.

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  • Take the head of the hairdryer and pull the pieces apart.

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  • Remove the black vent from the grey cylindrical piece.

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Image 1/1: This will keep the fan from getting clogged and malfunctioning.
  • If there is lint in the vent, use tweezers or a toothbrush to extract it from the vent.

  • This will keep the fan from getting clogged and malfunctioning.

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  • Clean the other black vent with a toothbrush.

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  • Clean these two components with a paper towel.

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Conclusion

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

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