Question by  ZackRoca29 (15)

How do you replace a computer case cooling fan?


Answer by  JadeRick (61)

Make sure that every cord on your tower is plugged out, and you need to have a phillips screw to remove chassis. Once chassis is removed, locate the fan , unscrew it with the phillips screw. once chassis is removed, you need also to remove the retainer braket. Then locate fan and unscrew.


Answer by  JamesTweet (29)

First, open your computer case. Unscrew the screws on the back and slide off the case. Unscrew the fan to be replaced, and remember exactly where you unplugged it from (tag it with tape). Take this to your local computer store and ask for a replacement. Screw this replacement back in and reconnect. Easy!


Answer by  shichi (30)

it actually depends on what system do you have . is it a laptop or a desktop? if this is a desktop remove the chassis first then locate where the fan is use phillips screw driver to unscrew the screws that are securing the cooling fan


Answer by  Bob61 (11)

First power down and unplug the computer. Open the case and unplug the cooling fan from the mother board. Then unscrew fan, and replace with similar fan.

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