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How to replace cooling fan on toshiba satellite A135S4527 can I replace just the fan or does anything else need to be replaced with it?

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If your computer is overheated this does not signify that it is necessary to change cooler, often can be that it is enough to clean radiator from dust. But if you sure of change cooler , that you need will be heat-conducting lubrificant.

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