CircuitMan

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  1. Well, I'm having this problem again, but now the fan has stopped completely, and despite any help it wont start again. I've tested the fan and it's fine, starts every time from a 12v power supply. When the amp gets warm (just sitting on the bench, a situation where the fan would normally kick on for 30 seconds or so) the fan output tests only half a volt, so it looks like the problem is with the fan output. What now?
  2. Can't say for sure untill it's can be bench tested. But you have two others. 1193[/snapback] Alright, thanks! It hasn't happened again, anyways (knock on wood)...
  3. Well, strange thing, the new fan got stuck today. I unjammed it with a butter knife and it's fine, but why did that happen?
  4. thanks for the tip. I was able to purchase the NMB 4715KL-05w-b40 fans (that's the oem part) on ebay - I had to buy 3, but they cost a total of $17 shipped, all brand new, and all I did was cut the connector off the old one. They work great. If anybody needs a fan give me a holler... :-)
  5. I don't think it is - I've had it for 2 years and I got it o Ebay ;-) So anyway, this would be the same fan, right?
  6. I have a technical question now. I called crown parts, and the fan is $50 or something. Since I can buy the same -exact- model number fan at a local parts distributor for NMB (the manufacturer of the fan) I would like to do that. It is only $17. My question is can I cut the plug off my old fan and resolder it to the new one that just has two bare wires? Will this work the same as the crown-made fan?
  7. My crown CE 1000 fan keeps getting stuck; it will work fine, then it will go to start up and will just sit and buzz, unless I give it a little push (I took off the plastic grill). Is this a simple fix, or does it need replaced? And if so can I do this myself?