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Iomega media drive cooling fan

Iomega media drive overheating as fan not running. When drive is turned on first the fan seems to give a spin but then stops. Can I fix it or where can I buy spare part?

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You can try cleaning and oiling (light oil, like 3 in one)the bearings on the fan but it usualy doesn't work. YOu can obtain replacment fans from : Match diameter of fan .You can measure it withb a ruler. and ever other computer parts place.

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