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Infocus in5532 cooling fan is noisy

I need to find a replacement cooling fan and also would like to find a repair manual for this device

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SOURCE: infocus x1a fan replacement

to remove the fan: remove the 8 screws from the bottom of the projector (4 silver, 4 inset and brass) and the 2 screws from the back. pull the back from the bottom, but use a small flat-head screwdriver to release the tabs seen through the topmost vent of the back. once off, unplug the speaker wires on the right and the cable harness on the left. pull the top off while pulling the front off from the bottom. remove the wire harnesses from the power supply board and the ground wire from the power input board. take the 4 screws off of the power input board and the 4 or 5 screws from the power supply board (and 1 center clip) and remove. take out the 4 or 5 screws from the metal shield and remove shield. now you can unplug the fan that need replacing and access the 2 screws holding the fan in. remove fan and replace with a like fan. since the fan speed is not monitored, if you can find one that's the same size, power, and plug size, use it. otherwise, contact an infocus service center and ask them for infocus part # 526-0192-00. reverse instructions to put it back together. but you must remove the front from the top case, put the top on first, plug the speaker and left harness in, then put the back and front on. wasn't that fun?

Posted on Jun 05, 2009

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SOURCE: One fan has become unbearably noisy. Need

Hello there karlskad8.

Here's your geek-steer ...

Do NOT pass go, do NOT collect $200 ... you need to IMMEDIATELY replace that particular fan before you fry your CPU chip! Stop using it until you do!

If you plan on do-it-yourself, refer to your user's manual to possibly get replacement part order info. Otherwise, call a local PC shop and ask for the info.

I prefer http://www.coolerguys.com/ for all my fan related needs.

Good luck, and please do post back ...

  • to let me (and interested others) know how things worked out,
  • to provide clarification or feedback,
  • if you have ANY further questions.
Today's the best day of my life ... and NOW you're part of it!
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed -- Geekinator (aka Craig).

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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a relay in most cars should be under the hood. the fuse is usually on the drivers side under the dash in a black box. in my Taurus that's where mine are.

Posted on Nov 29, 2011

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SOURCE: Replacement of Fujitsu Lifebook N6420 cooling fan

Note this procedure is specific to the N6420, but may work on other N series Fujitsu notebooks. I generated this solution by a step-by-step process on my N6420.

Procedure for replacing (two) cooling fans on Fujitsu Lifebook N6420. This procedure was required because of fan bearing noise, indicating potential failure of the fan in the future and the noise was very annoying. I performed this procedure after about a year of bearing noise and after not finding any reliable procedure on the web. Fujitsu offered to replace the fans for $230 - far more than the laptop is worth at this point. Below is the correct procedure for the N6420 and specific to that machine.


You will need to purchase two cooling fans Toshiba Part Number S6055AM05. Be sure and purchase the ones with metal backing on one side of the fan. You can find them on eBay for about $10, but beware of what you buy. Recommend you purchase new OEM fans and not refurbished fans as they may not come with the thin metal heat transfer plate provided on the OEM fans. Some of the knock-off and refurbished fans do not include the metal backing, heat transfer shield. You will not need thermal paste.


Note: All of the other instructions on the web I found for the N6420 were incorrect and seemed to be lifted off some other notebook. I actually performed these instructions and made sure they are accurate.


Note: While you wait for the new fans .... and you must use your N6420, but want to buy yourself a little time before the fan(s) totally die ... you can try this procedure at your own risk ... and spray a very small amount of silicone lubricant between the fan electronics and the spindle - this area is easy to indentify if you hold one of the fans on its edge. The use high pressure air spray to blow out any grit, dust and silicone overspray - wipe each fan with a clean cloth. This little bit of lubrication and cleaning made the bearing noise go away. Both fans are spinning up ... but, I ordered new fans anyway to make sure the notebook would have adequate cooling and to preclude the old fans from going bad and causing catastrophic overheating.


Here is the fan R&R procedure itself:

- Shut off the notebook and disconnect all peripherals

- Remove cover to RAM (optional)

- Remove Battery

- Remove HD Cover and HD(s) (I have two - some may only have one)

- Remove 15 retaining screws

- CAREFULLY - Remove base/bottom notebook cover, take care on the side with the PCMCIA slot, USB port and sound ports

- Note orientation of the two fans so you can replace them the same way

- Now remove the two old fans (two screws)

- Install the two new fans

- Replace two screws under HDs

- Replace two screws under battery

- Reinstall the base cover - take care on the side with the PCMCIA slot, USB port and sound ports

- Replace the remaining base cover retaining screws

- Replace HD cover and its retaining screws

- Replace RAM Cover

- Make sure you have no/zero retaining screws left (all 15 screws and the HD cover screw are identical)

- Restart Notebook and get back to business



Posted on May 14, 2012

Testimonial: "I had to log in as my better half to generate this correct procedure. This is the step-by-step procedure for replacing the fans on a Fujitsu N6420. There is no need to take the keyboard out and no requirement for thermal paste. This procedure is far easier than it appears to be and is specific to the N6420."

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