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Having trouble dismantling the Vornado Flippi V6 fan?

This guide shows show you how to disassemble the fan step by step.

Это демонтаж а неруководство по ремонту. Чтобы отремонтировать Vornado Flippi V6, воспользуйтесь нашим сервисным руководством.

  1. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown, Removing the base of fan: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • Under the base of the fan, remove the four rubber slip guards by peeling them off with your finger tips.

    Yes I want to know how I can take it apart to clean the blades and the inner face and the inner back of fan

    angieleehigdon - Ответить

  2. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the four 2mm screws underneath the slip guards.

  3. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 3, image 1 of 2 Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 3, image 2 of 2
    • After removing the base of the fan, remove the two screws located under the adjustable speed switch.

  4. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 4, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the 4mm screw next to the adjustable speed switch.

  5. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 5, image 1 of 1
    • Using one hand, pull out the other half of the base.

  6. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 6, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the four 2mm screws.

  7. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 7, image 1 of 1
    • Gently pull out the bottom cover.

  8. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 8, image 1 of 2 Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 8, image 2 of 2
    • Using two hands, pull the sides out carefully. You will hear a "pop" noise, indicating the sides have came out.

  9. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 9, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the fan cover using two hands.

  10. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 10, image 1 of 1
    • Remove the two 2mm screws holding the blades.

  11. Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 11, image 1 of 2 Vornado Flippi V6 Teardown: step 11, image 2 of 2
    • To remove the adjustable speed switch cover, slightly pry off 6 clips located around the switch.

Johnny Tran

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Cal Poly, Team 4-28, Amido Fall 2013 Участник Cal Poly, Team 4-28, Amido Fall 2013

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Thank-you.

I’ve got a flippi V8 and just on a whim decided to save myself some time for tearing it down.

Dan - Ответить

In step 10, those screws hold the motor. The fan blades just slide on and off.

This is for the Flippi v6, but the is the same for the v8. The only difference it’s that there are 2 more screws in step 4 for the turning mechanism.

matthew - Ответить

Importantly several of the parts have a specific difference between left and right. The cradle and the fan housing itself have a small and a large “bearing” for setting fan angle. The logo goes down. If they don’t match the cradle you cannot reassemble the fan. I took mine apart because the fan bearings needed oil.

fredkrughoff - Ответить

What kind of oil and where exactly do you apply it? I have a couple of these that are getting noisey

Aaron -

I would also like to know what kind of oil and where exactly to apply it? One of mine is squeaking loud enough that I haven't been using it. Taking it apart for a thorough cleaning did not do the trick.

Thanks!

Vicki Hogan - Ответить

At the basics it's very simple: Drop of oil each on the bearings. Where are the bearings? The 'caps' on the front and back of the motor held on by machine screws, that trap the fan shaft in place. You want the oil to go onto the bronze colored (it's actually bronze!) bushing held on by those grey zinc caps. For reference, the zinc caps are the bits held on by the two screws in the motor that are left after you've taken the motor out of the plastic housing at the end of the instructions.

I went one step further: I took that screw apart (it's a nut and a screw, use a small channel lock and a screwdriver on the other end), removed the bearing caps and the fan shaft, and soaked the bushings in motor oil. I used 10-30 but whatever works. I put them in a dish and used a vacuum container to help get oil into those bushings, took them out, cleaned them off, reassembled and my partner's fan is super quiet now. (No vacuum sealer/container? Just soak overnight.)

Warphammer -

Thank you. The guy on YouTube was sticking screw drivers down the front and not really explaining where the clips were. Even though I have the 10 volt version this got me started. Got a piece of yarn wrapped around the base of the blades. Although it was difficult to disassemble, your instructions were good.

Barbara Hess - Ответить

Some additional details. Careful of the little ball bearings which you can see in step 7. They could fall out and get lost. It's kind of hard to put back together as well.

Also, At the end when I put it back together, there was some resistance to the fan moving. I set it horizontal, loosened the screws holding the motor to the casing (seen in step 10), turned the fan on, let it spin so it was happy, turned off and unplugged the fan, then tightened those same screws down and it seems happy.

KChow - Ответить

Good tips. As I mentioned above, re-oiling the sintered bronze bushings is a good idea too.

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