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Would a laptop cooling fan from a HP-2000-2b44dx work in a HP Pavilion G4?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found the Service Manual of the Notebook which contains the procedure about how to remove each and every component of your Notebook and below is the link to access the same :
Best way is to copy the entire link and paste it in the address bar of a new web browser and press enter to open the link.
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Posted on Oct 06, 2008
Its possible but it would require taking out all the screws from the bottom of the latop, taking out the keyboard and the screws from the top cover. Then disconnecting the ribbon for the mouse pad and any other plugs coming from the top cover. After you take off the top cover you'll expose where the fan is at and at that point you can clean it off. If it still makes weird sounds then the fan would need to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
HP deliberately design their laptops to breakdown just after the warranty ... my HP-authorized repair shop told me that there is no way to clean everywhere inside the unit, without complex, nearly complete dismantling.
But I bought another Pavilion! But I learnt by smashing apart my first Pavvy. There is only one cooling fan.
Remove the battery. Put a narrow plastic stick thru the intake slot, to stop the fan spinning. Then use a hair dryer, without heat, to push air into every air hole you can find. Repeat with a low-power vacuum cleaner.
After 4 years, sell it, smash it or get rid of it.
Greg Zeng, Australian Capital Territory.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Try to modify your power plan, i modified the value of process power management and fan noise came down havily. This can be found under advance setting in Power plan.
Posted on May 11, 2010
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