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CPU fans are notorious for locking up. You can try lubricating it with a WD40 type product but this usually is only a temporary fix. The fan should have some manufacturers information on it. Try a web search for that information and that should lead you to a retailer who can sell you an exact replacement fan.
Posted on Jul 26, 2013
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