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I don't know if that printer has a rear access panel, so here's a little trick....uncurl a thin paperclip, putting a loop at one end for your finger, and a barb bend at the other end (think of the sharp part of a fish hook) at the other end, Use the hook to grab and remove the Styrofoam. Another solution, although more tricky and potentially dangerous, is to put some crazy glue on the end of a piece of cardboard, and try to glue the end of the cardboard to the Styrofoam and gently remove the cardboard, hopefully with the styro in tow!
Your pc CPU FAN is not working, you need open it and clean fan,, and under fan, on CPU there is termo cream, don't frgot about it, you need clean it and put new termocream. it is nessasary for cool CPU, that Cpu can not be warm.
A couple of thoughts. First unplug the refrigerator and remove the back panel in the freezer compartment and check the drain hole in the freezer. You will have to unplug the fan and in some cases remove it to unplug it (Be very careful doing this). you can use a turkey baster with warm water to check its operation. If the control panel in the fresh food compartment extends to the back of the refrigerator, then it also acts as the catch cup and may have a clog in it. Remove the control panel (4 screws usually) and lower the panel slightly, unplug it carefully slide it downward and out towards you and look for clog in the catch cup and inspect the mating seal on the styrofoam as these were often the culprit as well. (I usually dried them out with a hair dryer on low and siliconed the mating surfaces on the earlier design that were styrofoam only with kitchen and bath silicone for a better seal). Test drain with a turkey baster and listen for it trickling into bottom tray. Then reassemble.
Hello,Lilo The styrofoam pack MUST stay in place.When in operation the air tempature is so cold the unit will condensate(create water)if not insluated.Your unit would LEAK all over the place.The blower fan is a PLASTIC composit and should not rust.
Your unit has a clogged drain passage that's why the water is staying in the front of the unit.If you take the unit case off look for a drain trough in the bottom of the a/c where the metal wall is that the fan mounts to thats where it is,clean it out and the water will flow to the back of the a/c and not blow or drip inside your house.
Over the past few years the appliance companies have found that it is less costly and more efficient to replace the traditional spray in foam insulation to Styrofoampanels. They do sometimes shift. When they shift they can come in contact with the fan. The blade shaves them and then blows the foam particles into the unit. If you are comfortable with doing repairs then you can fix this. You will need to un-plug the refrigerator and remove everything in the freezer. You will see a series of screws in the back inside panel. Take these screws out and remove the panel. You will expose the coil and fan assembly. Inspect it and make any adjustments to the foam at this time. assemble in reverse. Hope this helps. Good luck. RE-post with updates. Thanks cj2176.
Had same problem with Ge AC. Unplug take out of window and remove all cover screws. Pull up on cover and pull cover off ac, Remove front cover as well there are a couple screws in the front. When looking at front of ac, hit the Styrofoam housing towards your left (towards control panel). Spin fan blade to make sure that it is clear. Plug in to double check. I put a couple quarters between the styrofoam and the metal housing, so it would not slide back. Also tape the styrofoam between the seams this helps with better cooling. Use some good tape nothing cheap. I used black duck tape. It took about 20 mins. The hardest part is re installing the AC.