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My fan was making a sound like it was loose but when i went in it didnt feel loose at all. it makes a sound now like when it kicks in it is hitting something. Im not sure what is going. thought it was rubbing on a piece of plastic so I taped it down but that wasnt it either.

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Sounds like a bad fan bearing over the processor. Your Gateway is actually made by ACER. They are a very good brand, but are known for fan problems in their laptops. Here is a video of how to properly disassemble your laptop: http://youtu.be/CKVljMrPmCE. Just be sure to wear an anti-static wristband or static from your hands can short-circuit your motherboard. Also, if the fan stops working completely before you get it fixed, turn it off ASAP or your PC will burn up. You can find a replacement fan here: https://www.google.com/search?q=Gateway+NE56R10u&rlz=1C1PRFB_enUS510US510&oq=Gateway+NE56R10u&aqs=chrome..69i57.33076900j0j7&sourceid=chrome&espv=210&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8#q=Gateway+NE56R10u+fan+problems&safe=off&tbm=shop. Good luck.

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