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Hi all,

My Corsair 650D top fan is 'loose'. By that I mean, it's wobbly within it's fitting (can be pushed up and down). I've RMA'd the fan, however it will take some time for it to arrive. Is there a way I can tighten this fan up? Any help is appreciated, thanks!
    
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Do you mean the rotor itself can be pushed in and out? That's normal, as long as it doesn't fall out of the socket. It should have a slight springy feeling from the magnets.
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Do you mean the rotor itself can be pushed in and out? That's normal, as long as it doesn't fall out of the socket. It should have a slight springy feeling from the magnets.
I'm getting a subtle whine from the fan whenever it's plugged in. Whenever I power down the PC, the fan appears to be wobbling while spinning. And I don't use the fan controller ATM; I have the fix from Corsair on the way.
    
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