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Where to buy a replacement cooling fan in Copenhagen?

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Hi Ulti's...

I'm currently on vacation in Denmark, Marielyst. And because "Ulitmaking" is an addiction, I have my Ultimaker with me .

We are here with two other families with many children. Today I printed some Star Wars stuff from thingiverse for the kids until - ten minutes ago - I sadly killed my cooling fan with a screw driver while I was calibrating the printing platform . No problem... I may easily replace it. But I don't know where to buy a fan here in Denmark! Are there Danish people here, who know where I can go to buy one? May be in Copenhagen? Is there a good electronic shop near Marielyst? We have a car, so I can reach nearby cities with ease.

thx, fightling.

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My fan had a bad wire which came loose during printing. I know a company distributing computer hardware from Asia. The owner told me he sells a lot of these fans so I could choose between multiple types which will all fit the Ultimaker.

You can have a look on the internet and find a good computer shop or go to a local store. Fan is 50x50 or 60x60 (don't remember) which are both standard fan sizes.

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