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Old 10-12-2019, 04:00 PM
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Angry Was replacing a side-panel fan and...(help?)

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The rubber mount that's supposed to keep the fan in the side-panel went with the screw. I may have used a bit too much force but I still don't see how that should've happened. What do I do now?

I can't use a screw there as they're too small. And I don't like the idea of only using 3.
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Old 10-13-2019, 09:14 AM
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It's a bit hard to see without being there, but the easy quick solution is to use 3 screws, then slide rubber washers, a little piece of dense foam, or whatever under the 4th corner. The fan will certainly not come down with 3 screws in place. "Stuffing the corner" of the 4th will keep any transmitted vibrations to normal levels.
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