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Crazy fan nosie

My laptop fan is going mental for the last 2 years (it was cleaned twice but no improvement) there is a crazy high pitched sound all the time.
any tips how can i reduce it?

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Re: crazy fan nosie

Noise from computer You should only expect to hear a slight hum from the CPU fan; below are some issues that may cause additional noise from your CPU fan.

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