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Netserver LP1000r Chassis Fan ?

I am looking for 2 chassis fan for Netserver LP1000r.
Do you know where to go to find it ?


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There are 4 fans on this unit. A Power Supply fan, a CPU fan, and two chassis fans. The chassis fans are 40mm with a 3 wire cable (with 100mm to 120mm cables ). Generic fans should work well. Cost is about $2, but shipping is $18! Look around. you might find some cheap on eBay ( OEM Replacement fans are $56 ). I just bought my LP1000r for $35.

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