2 questions from our users
How do l remove fan blade to clean
I’m pretty sure you don’t. Depending how long you have had it the plastic will be very brittle and likely break. I would just suggest removing the grills/plates and giving what you can a wipe rather than removing the entire system.
Good afternoon Vikki , thanks for contacting us, Robinhood does not recommend that the fan blades be removed as this could affect the performance of the unit if not replaced correctly, if you require further assistance please feel free to give us a call on 1300 739 033
The team at Robinhood.
I have an RLES61SS and cannot take the filters out, have had it 5yrs and nobody can help me.. how do you get the filters out please?
Ours is in a rental. Don't know. Sorry
To remove the aluminium filters pull the slide-out out fully. The front filter is to be removed first and is done by pushing up the back of filter so it raises above the lip at the rear of the extension. Once the filter is above the lip slide the filter towards the back of the unit. When filter is about 3/4 of the way out it can be angled downwards towards the back wall and then pulled out completely. Once the front filter is removed, the rear filter is to pulled forwarded out of the holding clips, then angled down backwards in the same manner as the front filter. The filters go back in in the reverse order.
For further information please call our customer service centre on 1300 739 033.
NO, the Back filter comes out first. Hubby finally worked out. Same instructions as above but Back one First.
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