#180 Stop this Nagging DPS5005 Fan in 5 Minutes

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In video #153 I introduced the DPS5005, an excellent power supply. Unfortunately, the fan in the case was very loud.
So let’s solve this issue in less than five minutes and for about a dollar. And maybe you can use this also for other nagging fans…

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KSD9700 Temperature Switch: http://bit.ly/2rutugm

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#180 Stop this Nagging DPS5005 Fan in 5 Minutes #180 Stop this Nagging DPS5005 Fan in 5 Minutes Reviewed by Unknown on January 25, 2018 Rating: 5