Question about Marshall MG100HDFX 100-Watt Amplifier Head
You can either oil it up OR replace it for around 20$
Both ways involve removing the amp from the casing by unscrewing the 6 screws on top and sliding it out and then getting the fan out
locate the fan; locate the 4 outside screw covers that are next to the fan grill screws and pop them open. Remove the four screws that are under those plastic covers. The fan should separate. Take Fan out and remember how it was in there.
To oil: lift the sticker and locate the rubber plunger in the middle of the fan; remove it. Then, put ONE drop of regular 3-1oil NOT-wd-40, pb blaster or bike lube. re-assemble
To replace: just unplug old fan and then replace with new fan. I recommend replacing the fan when it gets to the point of bearing noise because oil doesn't always fix this.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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