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Posted · Original PosterOP

today i was changing casing fans,now the rubber washers that attaches above fan screw holes so that they let the fan less vibrate,one of these washers fell inside the case somewhere but i cant find it,now my question is suppose its stuck behind the motherboard ic or the motherboard rear area or suppose around the gpu will it cause any problems or will it electrify?

Plz help me i know its a very silly issue but want to know!

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Yea it can short something if its metal


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He said rubber. No problem.

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I dragged a screwdriver across the back of my motherboard but it’s fine. 

Rubber washer is not a worry

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