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Fan Noise When starting and turning off, a noise like a bad fan is heard. Is this related to the lamp or are there not moving pats on the lamp? Is there a cooling fan like in most computers that could be going bad?

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  • thrashxcore6 Jan 27, 2009

    i have the same problem with mine when i turn it on it sounds like a fan all rusted how did you solve this problem anthony in stockton email me at thrashxcore625@live.com 209 5949252

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There is a cooling pan inside... replace the cooling fan inside..

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