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  • rea matawaran Feb 14, 2012

    hi thanks michael i was actualyl thinking of replacing it wth a new fan,,,hopefully parts will be available here in SONY Philippines.

  • Michael Baldwin Feb 14, 2012

    No problem, I wish you luck.

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Be careful with this. If the fan stops, your laptop can overheat, causing irreparable harm to the major system components, namely the CPU.
I would recommend getting it checked out and possible replaced. The fans are relatively inexpensive as compared to replacing the entire computer.

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