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Cooling fan Rattle

Inspiron 1525 duo core2 processor, cooling fan has begun to rattle, Bought new 6 mos ago, I don't want the same problem in the future, is there a higher quality replacement fan available and do I get at the fan by removing the palm rest?

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    Randall Trahan May 11, 2010

    Isn't it still under warranty? You'll devoid the warranty if you open.

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It should still be under warranty at 6 months old.
If you attempt to repair yourself, you will void the warranty.
Talk to Dell before you do anything.

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