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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.

  1. Before disassembly, make sure that the device is unplugged.
    • Before disassembly, make sure that the device is unplugged.

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

  2. Separate the shell from the main component.
    • Separate the shell from the main component.

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

  3. Continue to pull the components apart. For reassembly, put the silver encasing on before the the black cover. 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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  5. Take the head of the hairdryer and pull the pieces apart.
    • Take the head of the hairdryer and pull the pieces apart.

  6. Remove the black vent from the grey cylindrical piece.
    • Remove the black vent from the grey cylindrical piece.

  7. If there is lint in the vent, use tweezers or a toothbrush to extract it from the vent.
    • 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.

  8. Clean the other black vent with a toothbrush. Clean the other black vent with a toothbrush.
    • Clean the other black vent with a toothbrush.

  9. Clean these two components with a paper towel.
    • Clean these two components with a paper towel.

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