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Old 03-01-2012, 11:57 PM
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As far as the fan, sounds like a problem with the connector/plug. I'd disconnect it, inspect for loose/broken tabs in the connector, and put dialectic grease all over it the reconnect it. If holding/wiggling the connector makes it go on/off then it must be something with the connector/plug.

I don't know about the leak...
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