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Take a look at this guide:
How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite U205/U200
Take a look at the page 4. It shows how to access the cooling fan.

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Ir400 fan numbers


II. FANS
A. Arrangement and Functions
Feeder fan
Fixing assembly heat discharge
fan 1***
Fixing assembly heat discharge
fan 2 ***
Laser driver cooling fan
Laser scanner motor cooling fan 1
Laser scanner motor cooling fan 2
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System cooling fan
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Drum cartridge cooling fan 1
Drum cartridge cooling fan 2
Drum cartridge cooling fan 3
DC controller PCB cooling fan
Scanner motor cooling fan
Function
Draws copy paper to the feeding
belt. Helps feeding.
Discharges heat from around the
fixing assembly.
Cools the laser driver PCB.
Cools the laser scanner motor.
• Cools the laser scanner motor.
• Insulates the drum cartridge
against heat from the fixing
assembly.
• Discharges heat from the
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fixing assembly.
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controller PCB.
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DC controller PCB.
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