How to Clean the Fan on New Comfort Air Purifiers

Nov 18, 2019

How to Clean the Fan on New Comfort Air Purifiers

How to Clean the Fan on New Comfort Air Purifiers

In this video, we go over cleaning the fan our New Comfort Air Purifiers. If your purifier is starting to get dusty or dirty, it’s time for a cleaning!

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First, we’ll take a look at an ozone generator. To access the fan you’ll need to take off the top cover. There are screws on the sides and top handle portion. Once the screws are removed you can take the top handle off and then remove the top cover.

This is a great time to not only clean the fan, but to clean everything else on the inside. To clean the fan you can use an air compressor, canned air, rag or a duster brush.

Now we’ll show you how to access the fan on a 6 stage New Comfort air purifier. If you have a front grill, accessing the fan is going to be a breeze.

On some models there is a notch on the bottom of the grill where you can get your fingers under. Then you can just pop the grill off.

If you don’t have a notch you can use a flat head screwdriver to get between the case and the grill and pop it off that way.

Once it’s off you have access to the fan. You can use an air compressor, canned air, rag, or duster brush to clean it.

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Andrew Sharp

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