Panasonic q fan replacement

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EthernumRasa
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Panasonic q fan replacement

Post by EthernumRasa » Mon Feb 24, 2020 1:21 pm

So i tried replacing my fan according to this:

https://www.assembler-games.com/threads ... ost-970460

Bought the same fan and used a 3pin-to-2pin adapter.

And the error f76 showed up. I bought the same fan and from what i understand i need to bridge the red and yellow wire. How do I do that? Do i just put a metal pin touching the red and yellow wire at the end of the original fans wirering while connecting it to the 3pin to 2pin adapter? Do i solder those cables together? Do I remove the shielding and twist the yellow wire around the red wire?

I always try to make pictures and give long explanations when i do a tutorial, but this tutorial in the link had neither, sadly.
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Re: Panasonic q fan replacement

Post by Papy.G » Mon Feb 24, 2020 2:12 pm

It seems to be red and yellow together, in any way you fancy.

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Re: Panasonic q fan replacement

Post by EthernumRasa » Mon Feb 24, 2020 3:43 pm

Do you know why the fan is so loud? From visual inspection its clean and the insides are dustfree cause the Q that i have has never been used really.

Also do you know anything about the "QMode switch", i have one installed and it seems to be very rare and only one guy in Germany figured out how to do this. I am able to change region settings, mp3 playback on/off and other stuff by pushing different button combinations on my remote while the Q is in standby mode. It comes with the price that the microcontroller for this is connected to every board the Q has (gc Motherboard, dvd mainboard, controll panel board). So getting to the fan in mine is hell
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