Creality Ender series with JST-XH connectors
1: 40x40x10 24V hot-end fan,
1: 40x40x10 24V mainboard fan,
1: 60x60x15 24V PSU (power supply) fan.
- Make sure to connect wires with correct polarity to the fans.
- Red is positive (+) and black/blue is negative (-) for the fan wires.
- The fans have reverse polarity protection, meaning that they will not be damaged if connected wrongly.
- The warranty is not covering damages to the fans caused by improper wiring.
- Using the JST-XH connectors:
- The mainboard and PSU fans are ready to use. Just unplug the old fans and plug in the new fans.
- For the hotend fan you need to extend the wires.
- Important!: Make sure that the polarity on the new JST-XH connector is the same as for the old fan. If needed, swap places of the red (+) and black (-) wires in the new fan JST-XH connector to match the old fan connector (use a small pencil/knife and push down the metal piece near the front of the connector, then pull the wire out).
- Installing the hot-end fan:
- On some 3D-printer models, the metal screw standoffs can be a bit bigger than the screw holes in the fan. To fix this simply use a knife or scissors and round out the four holes facing the standoffs in the fan.
- For an even quieter fan, cut away and remove the fan grill in front of the fan.
- General installation instructions:
- Remove the old fans and cut the wires around 3-5 cm from each fan. Make sure to leave some room on the wire to be able to strip it.
- Connect the new fan to the old wires using one UY-connector for each wire (i.e. red (positive) fan wire to positive 3D-printer wire).
- The fan blows in the direction of the label on it. The label on the fan should be towards the hotend/board (not facing away).
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