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Fan #2 replace for samsung tv HLS4266wx

1- is fan #2 @ front of tv, the bigger one, not the smaller one when u remove access cover.

2- guts slide out some but not much & cannot get last 2 srews on fan,
there is a thick black cable with big white plastic adapters each end-one end prevents guts from sliding out more. i tried lightly pulling on it but very secure. is that cable safe to disconnect to get better access?? i do not want to break any sort of seal if is one?

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  • bjn7295 Jun 28, 2008

    Did not answer Quest. # 1 only #2--please confirm # 1 quest.

  • bjn7295 Jun 28, 2008

    there is no srews securing cable, as I said, female adapters on each end--one endconnects to board & other connects to cable options area & that end blocks guts from sliding out all the way. and is fan # 2 at front of tv, the bigger one. please read original quests.



    gotten 2 incomplete responses so far?

  • bjn7295 Jun 28, 2008

    gotten 2 incomplete responses--is this some sort of scam site--people just say they are experts & give incomplete or vague answers?

    They should be very simple questions for experts. What is the problem!

  • bjn7295 Jun 28, 2008

    thank you bestdarn, very clear & simple.

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1. Fan number two is the bigger one

2. Cable is safe to pull out but I would recommend having the tv unplugged for 8 hours to let it discharge before working on it, you may have already done this but it is better to be safe than sorry

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I don't schematics for it but I don't think there is a seal on there if it's secured by screws. Whatever it takes to get it out and put a new one in should do the trick otherwise you might have to take the whole cage out.

The important thing is not to drive a screw through the cable or break it in any way.

Good luck on that.



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Yes it's safe to disconnect this cable, there is no factoy seal.

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