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Need to replace fan

How do I replace the fan (diagrams, instructions)? I am savy enough to replace memory, hard drives etc. but have never done surgery on it. Is this something best left to a trained technician?

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Www.insidemylaptop.com/replace-fan-fujitsu-lifebook-t4200-tablet-case/
i think this site will be enough to know instructions to replace it

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A Computer Motherboard Diagram motherboard-diagram-01.jpg Once you know what you are looking at, you can recognize the components on any motherboard layout. A computer motherboard diagram is very useful for when you need to replace motherboard, do motherboard upgrades, troubleshoot motherboard, or build your own computer.
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  2. PCI-E 16x Slot - There are 2 of them on this motherboard diagram, both are blue. These are used for your graphics card. With two of them onboard, you can run 2 graphics cards in SLI. You would only need this if you are a gamer, or working with high end video / graphics editing. These are the 16x speed versions, which are currently the fastest.
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