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Wanna know if i can make the air cooler . not sure what the opening in the top of the fan is for. am i supposed to put water in there or something? E

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You can not make the air coming out of a fan any cooler, as all a fan is doing is circulating air, (creating a breeze) which in turn makes you feel a little cooler. And no, do not pour water into your fan! Hope this helps

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