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I bought a ceiling fan its a colby 52 in fan and it wobbles what should i do. Another thing how do u insert the pin in to lock can u show me


Having not inserted the pin is probably causing the wobbling. Without the pin, I'm surprised the fan is staying up. I assume you are asking about the pin that goes through the down rod and through the motor housing flange? If so, remove the cotter pin that's in the end of the pin. Align the holes of the motor housing flange to eon the rod and push the pin into the holes. Once it's all the way through, push the cotter key through the hole in the pin, until it locks in place.

If its the pin in the ceiling bracket you do the same thing and slip the hard plastic part that the pin went through into the notch of the ceiling bracket. Your wobbling should then stop if you did this correctly.

Also, it wouldn't hurt to make sure all the screws are tight that hold the fan blade irons to the underside of the motor housing are tight.

Feb 07, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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My computer want come on with the power the light is on on the back of the tower but it will not come on when i push the power button


you need to check the SMPS first remove the 24 pin conectior to the motherboard from the smps and short the green and black pin if the SMPS fan is working there is no problem in the SMPS conect tthe 24 pin conector to the motherboard then remove the 4pin conector from the motherboard from the smps and switch on the computer of the computer fan is working you have froblem with *********** board

Jan 17, 2011 | HP 1GHz Compaq/ Desktop Computer (RB1GPKG)

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Compaq presario sr2011wm desktop push power on button and the computer won't come on. tried unplugin powercord and waiting for ten seconds and still didn't come on and I've tried removin and restalling...


the psu is bad.
the test is easy , one jumper wire prove PSU bad.
if its fan is dead, (and all fans )

jump pins 16 to 17 (power on pin jumped to ground 17)
connector pulled, turns it on.
see here. and why

http://www.pcdied.com/power.html#Jumper

Sep 16, 2017 | HP Compaq Presario SR2011WM PC Desktop

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My old heat sink and fan have screw in attatchments and the new on has the plastic pop in and 1/4 turns. Help?


Your old heat sink and fan probably works just as as good or better than that stock Intel fan and heat sink. If your computer case does not allow access to the rear of the motherboard you are going to have to remove the motherboard to pull the back plate that was used to attach your old heat sink and fan. To install the Intel fan turn the pins until the screwdriver slot is perpendicular to the fan shroud (the tip of the arrow is furthest out), then push in any 2 opposite sides at the same time into the motherboard. You will here them click in. Repeat for the other 2 pins.

Dec 22, 2010 | Intel Socket 775 Heat Sink and Fan up to...

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How do I replace the radiator fan?


Ok, first jack the car up. You have to remove the plastic shields underneath the car. I believe they are those push in plastic pins, just pop them with a screw driver and pull out. After you have that out loosen the mounts for the rad. so you can angle it to get the fan out. Once you angle the rad. push up and out on the fan it should come right out. Same thing when you put the new one in, line it up with the rad. and push and pull to snap it in. Dont go nuts with the pushing/pulling. Hope this is sufficient for you. Dont forget to rate Thank you

Sep 13, 2010 | 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt

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How do you replace the fan motor in '03 jeep grand cherokee laredo? - the damn thing overheats when idle - changed the relay & coolant sensor... still overheating


When was the last coolant change?
Under 2 years or 24,000 miles.

Change the thermostat and gasket first.

Use a 195F with pop-let protection.

A stuck/failing thermostat is a common cause of over-heating problem.

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To change the fan,the entire protector plastic has to come out.

Most likely you will break the push in locking pins.

Get few replacement push in locking pins before you start the job.


Dec 02, 2009 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Finding information to aid replacing cpu cooler


Yes, some do come with push pins like that instead of screws so that it is easily removed and installed also. Usually the push pin ones are cheaper. The cpu and heat sink are compatible by cpu socket type.

Apr 04, 2009 | Fujitsu Siemens Computers & Internet

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How to remove and install fan in freezer compartment of GE side by side


Most of these fans have a small dowell pin that goes through the fan blade sleeve and through the shaft look for a pin on the side of the fan blade sleeve then you will need a pin punch to push this pin through. After you do this save the pin or dowell because you will need it to attach the new fan.

Jun 03, 2008 | Refrigerators

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CPU fan not detected.....


The cpu fan has a three wire connector that connects to the mother board. Usually located to the right & up from the cpu. If yours is connected currently the wires may be miss aligned. From left to right the pins are: first pin ground/Black; middle pin 12v./Red & last pin rotation/Blue. There may be a bios update that address this issue. Dell does not give up information easly.

Jan 13, 2008 | Dell Dimension 2350 PC Desktop

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Fan Noise on Dell Dimension 8100


All computer fans have a general design.  The name in front of "fan" really refers to the designation.  You'll see case fan, processor fan, CPU fan, cooling fan, etc.  In the case of CPU/Processor fan, some are sold with heatsinks (the metal block sitting on top of your CPU).

The first thing you want to do is make sure the fan is clean.  Chances are dust buildup is causing the excess noise.

If that's not the case and you're looking to replace the fan, then you first need to find out the size of the fan. General sizes(diameter X width in mm) are listed on this page:

http://www.svc.com/case-fans.html

Generally, you're looking for something that will match the size of what you're replacing & push enough air at a reasonable noise level to cool the heatsink/CPU.  You want to stay in the area of 30dBA max for noise.  You also want to see if it has a 3-pin or 4-pin connection.

For example, if you have an 80mm fan, I would suggest something like this:

http://www.svc.com/saf-b82-19.html

It's pretty quiet with good airflow.  Also, it has a 3-pin connection, but includes an adapter for a 4-pin connection.

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Oct 27, 2007 | Dell (6F858) Cooling Fan

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