Yikes!!! Hold everything.
In your first post you list that you bought:
1) 2 12VDC cooling fans
2) 25.2-volt AC 2-amp power transformer
3) 6 foot AC line chord
In subsequent posts Electrobes corrected that you need a 12V power transformer then Yaksplat indicated to parallel wire.
so i go back to radio shack get a 12 volt AC adapter and that should do it?
However, You have a current type mismatch. The transformer is 12V AC
and the fans are rated 12 V DC
If you run it this way your fans will oscillate 60 times a second back and forth or may just blow out.
You need a 12V DC
power pack. I recommend a 12V DC
wall power pack with a power rating greater than the sum of the two power requirements of the fans by at least 20 % Then wire as indicated above.
This one is proabably good (just check the mA of both fans)
This is cheaper and definitely has enough power if you can wait for mail order:
Alternatively you can use the line cord and 12V AC
transformer but then you must add a full wave Bridge Rectifier to convert the AC
output to DC
Note: sometimes the wall plug-in transformers are called AC
adapters but they can have AC
output or be rectified to DC
output, you have to check each. Sometimes these are called power-packs as well.
Any questions please let me know.