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Fan motor i need a fan blower motor for my coleman 5640 compact. I also need the dc power cord for my IGLOO coolmate model 1301405. thanks jrbootz@yahoo.com

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SOURCE: Coleman 12-volt cooler stoped working/fan burned out

Sound like you have the newer version. These fans can be found at Radio Shack or anywhere computer parts are sold. It doesnt have to be an exact replacement. Just big enough to fit over the Cooling fins. Also make sure it's a 12 volt motor

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SOURCE: Where can I find an ac dc converter for my 5640

Check the coleman web site.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

SOURCE: Igloo Koolmate model 1301405, I need power cord

Call their customer service. The number can be found on their website. They have it and it can be sent out, it just isn't listed on their website. I ordered mine a few months ago. It was a little more than I wanted to pay, but a small price for a working unit on a road trip!

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