Need a LCD cooling solution

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  1. royal

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    Need a LCD display unit

    hey guys, while installing my new DVD Writer, I accidentally damaged the LCD temperature display unit of my cabinet :( .
    That used to control two side fans according to the temperature...now I have to keep the side panel open for ventilation because the fans don't have a standard connector (they used to connect with the LCD unit). Of course I can buy two 80mm fans and connect them but I just wanted to know whether I can get this LCD unit separately ? :confused:
    what do you say , Kolkata guys ?
     
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    If u want a new LCD...fan control solution.....I don't think u will get 1 like u had....but u can get similar devices like Aerogate II etc. etc....
     
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    u can connect a molex connector to the fans directly...they most prob will be 12v regular 80mm fans
     
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    No I can't ... they dont have a standard molex connector but a custom connector for the LCD unit. Anyway I can join them in a molex after taking out the wires but if I could lay my hands on a new LCD unit then it would have been better.
     
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    what is the damage? did u break he glass of the actuall display or broke something else(may be repairable).
     
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    well no ... it sort of came apart and is beyond any repair :(
     
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    post a snap.. may be it is home repairable...
     
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    No man...it fell on the floor and I accidentally stepped on it :oops:

    Like I said...it is beyond any repair :evil:
     
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