Question about Dell (6F858) Cooling Fan
Depending on the side of the fan you look online to the right size before you buy. Once you Have everything prepared the First thing you do is make sure that you are grounded from any static and fully discharged from your body (Of course turn the comuter off also). Next you can unplug the old fan from your motherboard, you can find it easy as a small cord running from the fan itself. Remove the old fan or the whole cooler itself. once you do that, simply reverse the process using the new fan that you purchased and your computer will be good to go!
Posted on May 06, 2010
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