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Old 09-15-2020, 06:18 PM
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Default Corsair fan question

Can the fan blade be popped out to allow lubricating the shaft and the fan with something like petrolium jelly aka white vaseline acid free ?
Just wondering for maintenaince purposes, i do not have any corsair fans right now so i cant check.
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Can the fan blade be popped out to allow lubricating the shaft and the fan with something like petrolium jelly aka white vaseline acid free ?
Just wondering for maintenaince purposes, i do not have any corsair fans right now so i cant check.
Hi,

None of that is recommended as it's not user-serviceable nor designed for you to open it up and re-lubricate. We can answer any other questions through our support team, here is where you can reach them: support.corsair.com

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