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Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post
If you want to keep the functionality of stock controller and connectors, then "jump" the pins.

If you don't care about using that particular controller and you want to keep the least amount of "stuff" on the the fan then cut the connector off, then bare and twist the 2 wires together (insulating the new connection is wise).

...I think that is what you mean.

Just so I know that I have it right: You want to be able to run the fan without the controller?
yea, and im gonna do that 7v mod to, cause at full rpm its kinda loud. Thanks for your help good that this fan didn't go to waste, one more thing, theres absolutely no way i can fix the damage? cause one i cut the connector off its gone for good.
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