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Old 03-11-2018, 10:57 AM
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Good afternoon! Could you help me in solving the problem? Suddenly, while the computer was working, the fans started to misunderstand themselves, the program had a choice of all Duga fans, they all began to glow differently, like a software failure, eventually checked everything, everything was connected to the controllers, there were new controllers that never connected, changed them but the problem did not dare! Now just like that, there is a fan running, at any time a podvetchetsya podstvetka at any of the 6 fans,
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Hello! Fortunately, my wife understands Russian (a little dated as she left in 1980) but it was enough to help me understand.

I would suggest that you start with re-arranging the fans on the fan hub. The fans operate in a series and 1 fan can take out the entire chain. Put 1 fan on the first port on the fan hub and see if that operates properly. If so, add the second fan. And so on. However, just because a single fan works does not mean that it will pass the signal down the line to the next fan so remember that as you are reordering them.
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Old 03-12-2018, 01:06 AM
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Hello! Fortunately, my wife understands Russian (a little dated as she left in 1980) but it was enough to help me understand.

I would suggest that you start with re-arranging the fans on the fan hub. The fans operate in a series and 1 fan can take out the entire chain. Put 1 fan on the first port on the fan hub and see if that operates properly. If so, add the second fan. And so on. However, just because a single fan works does not mean that it will pass the signal down the line to the next fan so remember that as you are reordering them.
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Old 03-12-2018, 01:15 AM
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If you connect the first 3 in reverse order, then the first 3 pieces work, 4 is already not lit as needed, and 5 is not lit at all, 6 is the same. That is, only the first 3 ports work and so on all the connectors that I tried
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It turned out to connect them in a chaotic order, they work 5, but not in order, and the last 6 on the front panel still does not work, that is, does not take the effect of Arc
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It looks like one of your fans is bad. i would contact support to see if you can get it replaced.
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