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Lexicon lx-7 amp - need full specs on cooling fans for replacement

The two cooling fans on my Lexicon LX-7 amplifier are pretty noisy and I'd like to replace them. I've found a lot of good fans in the right size but I need to verify the specs on the fans before switching anything out. I'd like to veryify size (92mm x 92mm x ??), voltage, airflow requirements, speeds (3-speed?), Pins (3 pin), connector type and any other critical factors. If anyone has the original fan brand and model that would be nice to know as well, although I'd like to find a better replacement. Thanks.

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  • John Bovee Apr 18, 2013

    Thanks, but this amp has two cooling fans similar to a desktop computer. It's definitely the fans that are noisy an in need of replacement. The amp has no other buzz or humm or any other issues related to electrical components.

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Are there any labels on the fan?

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