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Coolermaster 230mm Fan PCB board removeable

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Trying to remove pcb fan board from 230 mm coolermaster fan, Has anyone done this ? I have two coolermaster fans, the stock side window fan (black with no leds) and a coolermaster mega flow 200 mm red led fan (clear plastic bodie ). Wondering if i could switch the two motor assemblies and leds with each other. If that not possible i have red leds that i can mount on the black fan ,there are mounting holes already there. There are places where wires can be soldered to the fan pcb board but no voltage is present at the solder points for the led wires. Does anyone know how to get voltage to these points . I have the fan blade off of the black fan assembly but i'm not sure about removing the motor assembly and pcb board from the plastic fan shroud assembly. It appears to be pressed in ,am i correct about this? My main goal here is to have the black fan with red leds in the case than the clear fan with red leds .
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Dosent look like anyone has done this lol. I tried removing the fan pcb board but met considerable resistance so i quit. It is in there tight will most likely break fan housing. So i got 4 red leds and connected them up to the black fan. Nothing to it really holes already in fan for leds. Wired them up in series used 150 ohm 1/8 watt resistor.
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