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Old 02-25-2004, 03:25 AM
goldfinger goldfinger is offline
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Default dead fan?

hi there

this might be offtopic, but nowhere else could i find usable info...

got a G4/400 "Sawtooth"
tuned it with GigaDesigns DUAL 1.25 card

installing the card, i noticed that the rear fan cooling the power supply is dead. it can still be moved, but won't turn by itself.
anyway i can fix that myself (easy? what fan? etc.)? it actually looks managable, but the power supply thing is giving me the creeps...
expensive expert needed?

thank you very much in advance, i truly can't find info on xlr8urmac or similar sites, neither in any forum.


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Old 02-25-2004, 12:29 PM
where02190 where02190 is offline
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Default Re: dead fan?

repair that fan immediately before you sustain any heat related damage.
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