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I have to replace the head cooling fan since there might be dust inside and is not reaching maximum speed (if I make it run at middle speed I have to start manually).

I am in a bit of a rush (quite desperate though) and I can't wait the shipping time from Ultimaker.

I live in UK and I bought this one from Maplin http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/50-mm-dc-cooling-fan-ry86t

The problem is that the wires are not connected to the right connector . At Maplin they don't have it. I went to http://uk.rs-online.com/web/ and they weren't so keen to help me since they said that there are thousands of them and I need to know the specifics.

In the pictures, I need the specific of the connector inside the red circle.

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Otherwise, if you know any shops in UK that has the matching fan, it is even better.

Really thanks in advance to anyone keen to help.

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