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« on: July 25, 2004, 04:51:08 AM »

Hi All,

I need to replace the "92mm main case fan" on a IBM PC 300PL. Model type is the 6594-80U. PC3 1.0ghz CPU upgraded from 600.

Specs:
92mm x 25mm, CFM 54.0, 12V DC.

Details:
This unit is shrouded to force air back to the P3 CPU heatsink which has it's own fan, but IBM manual says it is not used...?? It does function though when connected.

Question:
The fan I am replacing is mounted with rubber studs which I imagine were originally just pulled through. Are these studs a common item? I can find a replacement fan and some that come with grommets. It does not seem like the original studs can be removed without damage.

Any idea where to get these rubber studs rather than use screw/bolts?

Also, any links to fan suppliers would be appreciated.

Thx, Keith

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