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Re: Iomega media drive cooling fan
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.
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in monitor display " Cooling fan (902), problem on the fan, it could be the motherboard detects the fan is not spinning, it could be the fan spins slowly, opening her fan motherboar and check if it needs to change, then the problem is solved
You may need to clean the fan and heatsink of dust. See the dust restricts the cool air from reaching the heatsink and this in turn causes your fan to spin faster. The computer's BIOS is programmed to increase CPU fan speed as CPU tempreature increases. If your fan is very loud, then it is running at the maximum speed possible. A clean heatsink will decrease the Processor's temperature.
Installing additional fans in your computer's chassis is an effective way of bringing the temperatures down. Install the biggest fans that your chassis supports. 120mm fans are better than 80mm fans as they can spin at slower speeds to provide the same airflow of a smaller fan. Therefore giving you a quiet computer.
Use a program called Speed Fan to ensure that your fans are indeed running at the desirable level of 100%
The cooling fan racing is a symptom of a No Post state in the Motherboard. The Power LED and diagnostic LED indications would be helpful in resolving your issue. If the power LED is flashing Amber, the power supply is suspect, solid Amber points to the motherboard or something connected to it. The DIAG LEDs 1234 on the front or ABCD on the back give more specific information.
Initial Impression, is motherboard failure, post the DIAG and Power LED indications for more exact diagnosis
Overheating. Try using canned air and blowing out vents. If you are comfortable with it, take the laptop apart and clean it out. If not, contact a local computer shop that can do it for you. If cleaning doesn't do it, the CPU heatsink will need reseated or the CPU will need replaced.
just do this get a high output fan that will fit in the case set it close as functionally possible and wire the fan to your drive power connectors(Use a fan connector cable if you got one or alot of good tape) some times you got say fu8k the factory fan and its special senors and **** you won't the thing to stay cool right well?!! Then just keep it cool i hope you have learn something today have a nice day (compaqsiget over and out)
when the car is running, there is enough air to cool the radiator, however, when when the AC kick on, the radiatorabsorb more of the heat from the AC coil. there by require more cooling. the 2 fan are there for that purpose.
as far as the smell of antifreeze, you nee to check all of the cooling hoses, in the engine compartment and under the dash. sound like there is a small leak some place.