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Cooling fan? I am trying to remove my radiater fan moter and dont know where to begin?

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If I understood your question, you're trying to remove your Heat Sink/ Fan.

First you need to unplug the fan's power source from the motherboard.

Then there should be a lug that clips your HS/F to the motherboard. The lug runs through the HS/F, and one clip should be slightly larger than the other. Gently push down on the clip that is slightly larger until you get it free and then unclip it. The other side of the lug should come right now. After you make sure that all the clips have been removed, you can pull off the HS/F

Pretty much follow this guide in reverse:

www.amd.com/us-en/assets/content_type/white_papers_and_tech_docs/23986.pdf

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