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Loud buzzing in Emachine. Already replaced the fan. but buzzing continues. If I leave it off for a long time it will quit for a while but then comes back.

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  • Sally A. Tripp Nov 12, 2012

    I haven'tt tried the solution yet, but right now the machine is running as it should. I will try the solution this coming weekend, as I will be out of town this week.;

  • Sally A. Tripp Nov 18, 2012

    You were right! The small fan in the front of the machine was making the noise. Will replace it and that should take care of my problem! Thanks so much.

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Dust it out. There Should be more than one fan. They run louder/faster when they overheat. Dust will increase the heat.

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  • Sally A. Tripp Nov 18, 2012

    You were right. There was another much smaller fan and that is where the noise was coming from. Will replace and that solves my problem. Thank you so much!

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