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The clip attachment for the fan on my mother board broke! Can I replace it"?

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YEs you can purchase new processor fan and also if you are some tech savvy then you can change its clip.
BUt new processor fan purchase is good choice becasue not cost of it.

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  8. Fill the cooling system with coolant (refer to Section 1 for more details).
  9. Operate the engine until it reaches normal operating temperature. Check the cooling system and automatic transaxle for the correct fluid levels. Also check for coolant leaks.
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