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I assume you mean the cooling fan on the radiator?? The fan should only be on when the motor has reached temperature. Perhaps the fan starts automatically and then if the temp isn't hot enough , it turns off., When the motor gets warmer, it should restart.
I would start by checking to see if the fan is running. With the AC on, the fan should come on automatically. Could be a bad relay, bad fan motor, blown fuse, etc.
Should also check the belts and cooling system.
You more than likely have a bad fan cycling temperature sensing thermostat. One of the wires to the fan connect directly to the power coming in, the other wire goes through the aforementioned thermostat. Turn the power off, trace the wires, locate the control and replace. Contact a local supplier of that particular brand and they will give you a dealers name. Try a generic one from WWGrainger or Johnstone Supply if you like. With a little effort and a mind for electrical safety, it can be accomplished easily.
when turning ac on the fans come on automatically ,sounds like u need to bleed cooling system ,get the air out ,look near goose neck or whre ur top hose goes in and look for a bleeder,fill up coolnat jug and radiator and loosen bleeder when nothing but coolant comes out (no air ) the shut bleeder off,,, if this doesnt help replace thermaste and repeat proceedure
One of the fan monitors in the BIOS is detecting a problem with a fan.
This would be a good time to pull the cover off the computer and clean ALL the fans. either a fan is dead or struggling. any fan in your computer can be replaced for less than 40 dollars.
Keep in mind that of the fan is weak and goes out, it may take the cpu or a video card with it.
Which fan are you referring to? As far as I know the fan in the power supply runs at the same speed at all times. So if that is the fan you are hearing it may indicate that the power supply is failing. The power supply may be over heating and shutting down. I would try a different power supply if you can get your hands on one.
We installed our Broan-Allure range hood about ten years ago. On three seperate occasions since, the fan has randomly turned on and none of the control buttons would turn it off. After a while it turns itself off. During those same times, when you turned the lights on, they would blink before finally staying on. On each occasion, I have removed the screens and metal underpieces to gain access to the circut board. Once you can see the circut board, remove and replace the 3 Amp fuse that is mounted on the board. (Radio Shack part # 270-1054)...even if the fuse looks good, replace it. Each time this has work for about three years, then it acts up again..