How to Make a Computer Fan Guard Stove!!!

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Introduction: How to Make a Computer Fan Guard Stove!!!

Cook what you need, make everything you like. Grab a dead computer and get what you need. Fast and easy to make and a great taste it cooks.


Step 1: What You Need

you need a
-fan guard
-battery
-paper clip
-cardboard
-2 rubber bands

Step 2:

Take the 2 rubber bands and put them around the battery and cardboard, like in picture.

Step 3:

If you have a paper clip with a rubber sleeve on it, then cut it like shown in the picture.

Step 4:

Now put the fan guard on top of the battery, then take the paper clip and put both sides on the + and - side of the battery.  Make sure that metal from the paper clip is touching both the battery and the fan guard.

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    11 Comments

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    Callum Snowden
    Callum Snowden

    10 years ago on Step 4

    short circuiting the battery could make it potentially EXPLODE in front of you and throw battery acid everywhere!

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I don't see anything cooking here, could you fix that?

    L

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    n3rdd
    n3rdd

    10 years ago on Step 4

    Photos are blurry.  Do you know how 2 use macro? (if not look it up)

    When using macro, get about 15 cm back and zoom as needed.  If none of this works remember that u can half-press the camera button lightly before u take the photo to engage auto-focus.

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    zack247
    zack247

    10 years ago on Introduction

    no offense, but i find that bo3bo3's version is safer, lasts longer, and is more effective, i dont even really see this even heating a glass of water, you would need a coil and more power to make a stove-like thing

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    jj.inc
    jj.inc

    10 years ago on Introduction

     If I was you I wouldn't do it.  You DON'T EVER short out a battery and you would have to exchange the battery every few minutes, but if you branched off half of the positive to a salt water solution so that it is defused just enough to cause a flow from + to - then this would be safer.