I removed the back, but it seems the external drives get a bit warmer in the summer months than I would like.
A trip to radioshack fixed this.
After doing this the first time, I decided to add an extra fan/
Also if anyone has a small (less than 10" ) vga lcd screen source, let me me know.
Step 1: Parts
2x12v Computer fan (I used the Thermaltake with leds)
M-Type inline dc power jack
Step 2: Tools
Step 3: Identify the Problem
Step 4: Test
To figure out which wires I needed for the fan I attached it to a 12v power supply and tried them all out.
Step 5: Cut and Strip
After testing which wires I needed It was obviously the green shrink wrapped wires.
I off the 4 prong adapter and stripped 3/4" of heat shrink from the end of the green cord.
This revealed 2 wires, I soldered the positive to the middle of DC power jack, and the negative to the outer tab.
Step 6: Slide the Cover Over
Step 7: Attach to Door
Radioshack did not have two, but Surplusgizmos.com had one so now there are two.
Step 8: Stand Offish
I fixed both of these issues by moving the fans off the door with some spacers. I used washers and nuts since I had them on hand. This quieted the whole thing down and increased the air flow immensely.