The Honeywell turbo fan is a small personal fan with plenty of power. Like any other type of fan, the motor shaft and blades attract dust and grime that hinder the fan's operation as well as make it noisy. You can clean the motor shaft and blade yourself once you take the fan apart. Removing the grill from the Honeywell turbo fan involves finding where the screws are hidden.
Unplug the Honeywell turbo fan's power cord from its outlet. Take the fan to a table or other flat surface and place it face down.
Find the six silver screw heads in between the fins of the rear grill. There is a screw at the top and bottom center of the fan with a screw six spaces over on each side of the center screws.
Remove the screws with a Phillips-head screwdriver. The screws do not come completely out of the rear grill.
Lift the rear housing up and hold the front grill. Separate the front grill from the fan.