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How to make a cheap fan from parts bought at the dollar store. This fan can be made for about $2 (plus tax), unless you can buy a ...
Cut the USB cable to the length you require (long if you need to attach fan to a USB port in the back of your computer). Becareful not ...
CAREFULLY, remove the outter protective jacket from the red and black wires to expose the copper wire underneath. Twist the exposed wire (if not already done) to make ...
Remove the battery cover as well as the screw holding the two halves of the fan together (becareful not to loose any small parts such as screws/switches).
This was done through trial and error. I found that while the fan would run both if the red were attached to the positive and black negative or ...
Now that the fan works successfully, its time to solder the USB power wires to the battery terminals to make the connections more permenant and stable. NOTE: After ...
If you find the fan too plain, you can spice it up with paint, decorations, etc, anything you want. NOTE: this instructable can be used to power practically ...
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