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Cooling fan inoperable on fujitsu t4020d

I cannot seem to find a fan for my model anywhere and have no idea what the part # is. I have never taken a laptop apart... any pointers?
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Matt

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Try your electronics hobby shop, they have a range of fans, select one that is the same size as the one in your laptop.
You may need to solder and new connector to the lead or use the existing one.

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