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I have hp p6-2060ix my case fan is not working but on other pc it works fine

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@Anas2627 

A case fan either plugs into a header on the motherboard, or directly into a lower lead from the PSU.

 

If your fan plugs into the motherboard and it is not working, your only choice is to use another header, if there is one, or to get a power adapter that will allow you to plug the fan into a power lead from the PSU.

 

If your fan plugs into a power lead from the PSU and it is not working, then you have to switch it to another power lead.  IF there is no free power lead, then you will have to purchase a Y-adapter to split an existing power lead into two.

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