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We are getting an error at power on that indicates a fan failure. As this printer is no longer under warranty it is falling on me to open it up and look around. I have searched HP's website and haven't had any luck.

Any help someone can give me would be awesome!

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You want to search for the term "service manual" in conjunction with the model number. It appears that it's a hefty document that is not available in a digital format, or if it is, as you've found, it's well hidden. Check out eBay for a copy.

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Since the fan is not listed in any of the parts for this printer, this is something that's highly unlikely to be in a readily available PDF for download. You may be better off downloading the User Guide (link, will stale out after a while) to get a better feel for internal layout before you dismantle it yourself. Take notes.

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