One second teaches you to remove dust from car cooling fans
Dust, as the number one killer of automobiles, has a serious impact on the service life of automobiles. Generally speaking, if the car is left or purchased for too long, the chassis and the case must be full of dust. Excessive dust inside the car will not only affect the poor contact between the electrical components, but also affect the normal rotation of the internal cooling fan. In addition to the low heat dissipation capacity of the cooling fan, it will increase unnecessary annoying noise. Therefore, for this In this case, it is particularly important to clean the dust of the cooling fan regularly. The following is the way to quickly clean up car dust from the Wenling car cooling fan manufacturer [Tongchi Auto Air Conditioner]: 1. Prepare small tools: Before cleaning, we must buy some cleaning tools: a small soft brush , Screwdriver, towel, alcohol, oil, knife, toothpicks, etc. Among them, brushes, screwdrivers, and oil are essential items. Before cleaning, we must purchase some cleaning tools: a small soft brush, screwdriver, towel, alcohol, oil, knife, toothpicks, etc. Among them, brushes, screwdrivers, and oil are essential items. 2. Disassembly of the cooling fan, dust removal and oil cleaning: Generally speaking, the cooling fan of the power supply is the most difficult to clean because it is very troublesome to disassemble. Here we give you a detailed explanation of the disassembly and cleaning of the power cooling fan. There are four screws at the power supply position on the back of the chassis. Use a screwdriver to unscrew it. Carefully take out the power supply from the chassis, then unscrew the four small screws on the back of the power supply, remove the power supply shell, and then use a screwdriver. Remove the power cooling fan. First, use a brush to treat the dust on the fan blades. This step is relatively easy. In order to eliminate noise, we also need to add lubricating oil to the roller part of the cooling fan. Use a screwdriver to carefully peel off the sticker on the back of the cooling fan, exposing the rubber plug. 3. Remove dust from the cooling fan: take out the rubber plug with a smaller screwdriver or toothpick. Then you can see the bearing of the cooling fan, and then carefully drop a few. Drop the lubricating oil, put the rubber cover, and paste the sticker on the back back to the original place. 4. Manual lubrication: manually rotate the cooling fan to let the lubricating oil penetrate into the bearing. Finally, install the cooling fan. After the car runs for a few seconds, the lubricating oil is evenly distributed around the bearing, the noise is reduced, and the cooling fan has a better heat dissipation effect.