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-- CCFL Fan Close-up
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    As you can see there is a 80mm crystal purple fan and a 80mm diameter round CCFL enclosed in a round tube.

    Here is the corner of the CCFL that the wires come out at. The wires comes out from each end of the CCFL, unlike modern cold cathodes that run a wire the length of the CCFL. You can also see the top of the machine screw holding the cold cathode on the fan.

    Here is a side few of the machine screw that mounts the CCFL to the fan.

    Another shot of the attachment of the CCFL to fan. You could easily remove the CCFL and install it on a clear fan or install a finger guard under it. You could also get longer machine screws and attach 2 fan grills, the CCFL, and mount it in the case.

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