Re: [OT] Making CPU fans spin [was: Re: Seeking advice...]
On 12/02/2010 09:17 AM, email@example.com wrote:
I'm reopening this thread because I just looked in a catalog that has
here for a couple of weeks. I know some of the contributors to the list
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Subject: Re: [OT] Making CPU fans spin [was: Re: Seeking advice...]
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2010 23:11:42 +0100
While WD-40 is good for some things it is relatively poor as a simple
lubricant. Your better choice is Silicon Spray.
in the USA, but for those who are:
There are a whole batch of computer fans of all sizes listed in the
Marlin P. Jones
catalog, priced from under $2.00 to around $5.00 with one or two
readers might prefer to just replace the fan.
This is a very eclectic outfit: they have bits and pieces of electronic
in virtually any category you can think of, including computer power
wall warts, relays, small tools, various kinds of connectors, etc.
Shipping is a bit
look at: www.mpja.com
(I have no financial interest in Jones, and I don't have any relatives
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