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Hi, First blow out your fan and heat sink. Dust and lint may be causing your over heating issue. If you mean the fan is not working properly, due to it over heating this problem will also be resolved. If the fan is not working properly I.E. making noise, not spinning etc...Then the fan should be replaced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my Dell Insipiron N4010 intel
These fan are meant to run constantly at a low power and on high when using a lot of processing power (like playing a game or HD movie).
I would boot into Dell diagnostic and make sure the high and low settings of the fan aqre working properly it may be that the fan is on high all the time when it should be in low mode.
Dell Diag. Press F12 at boot Select Dell Diagnostics Go through the basic diagnostic ~5 minutes After basic diag the advanced diagnostic will start Go through the menu and select the Fan test
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
The only way to see if this replacement part will work for you or not, your product's Part Numberhave to be the same with our replacement Part number. If it's on the list, then it will be compatible. (Your Deivice Model number is not good enough to verify correct product).Part numbers can be located on your Asus UDQF2PH62BAS Cooling FAN or you can check your user's manual. Another way to check for compatibility would be to check the listing within the "Fits the following model." The list will provide you with the product model that would be compatible with the List item. for more information : www.2egoo.com
Posted on Mar 28, 2012
What your going to have to do is right away purchase a fan for it. Hopefully the fan not working may have shut it down automatically to prevent damage. It runs on a thermostat so when the voltage or a certain temp occurs the machine is designed to shut off. That is a good thing.
Now the repair is rather difficult if you have never done it before. But rather simple if you have. It is really just removing the top of the laptop where the keyboard is then taking out a couple of screws and unplugging the fan from the board. Because you did not specify the exact model number which is on the back of your laptop or noted on the face or the screen I cannot possibly find you a link to purchase one. However do not start the computer anymore until this is replaced otherwise you may end up purchasing more than a fan.
So look up the number go online and purchase the fan you need. If your not worried about the cost take it in and have it repaired at a shop. Or have it repaired by someone that knows how to do this. Get back to me if you want to and tell me the model number and I can search out the fan you will need for it and give more detailed links to get a visual on the repair at Youtube there is a lot of repair videos there as well more than likely you will find a visual on how to do the repair yourself there. Just type in your model and make at Youtube.com search box and see if there is a video on your computer to show you what you need to know.
I hope this gave you some sort of idea to at least begin. John
Posted on May 14, 2012
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