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Old 02-24-2020, 08:14 PM
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It could be a bad fan.
Here's the thing: the fans operate in series. One fan passes data to the next fan. So if one fan is wonky, it throws all of them off.
Determining which fan is tedious but if you are methodical about it, you can narrow it down.
Take a fan. Put it in port #1. Does it work fine? If so, move it to port #2.
Take a second fan. Put it in port 1. Does it work? Does the next fan work?
Do this for all of the fans. Once you are done, you'll need to take the fan that's been in port #2 and put it on Port #1 with a validated fan to check if it passes the signal correctly.
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