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Reuben97
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CPU fan replacement for hp pavilion 23 aio

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Hey guys, im trying to source a cpu fan for my mothers computer. having trouble finding the correct one. bearings on its way out, i lubed it up so its fine at the moment but im confident it wont last long. 

 

Any help from the community would be much appreciated!

 

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Hello!

 

Some general tips on choosing a fan were published on this other topic at the time you were writing yours.

 

Regards.

 

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@Reuben97,

Can you identify the fan part number of pick it out from these examples?

 

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Hey sorry for the late reply!

I was dumb enough not to take photos when i had the pc apart...

i know the model number was kuc1012d.

pretty confident it was a 12.0V 0.5A fan.

4 pin connector from memory.

struggling to find a reliable source as hp do not supply these fans anymore.

 

cheers.

 

*edit* kudos to rick s for removing S/N, rookie mistake.

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