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How do I control fan speed?


Keeping the fans clean is especially important, because the fans blow out hot air and bring in fresh air to cool down the laptop.


Fans attract dust, however, which can slow them down, resulting in a hot laptop.

If the laptop overheats, vital parts can cease functioning altogether.


Consequently, keeping your laptop's fans clean is crucial.



The fan speed on a laptop can determine how it operates consistently and reliably.

You can slow it down or speed it up, based on the circumstances.


For instance, slowing down the fan speed may be useful in reserving processes or during a prolonged slow time.


Speeding it up is beneficial in keeping the laptop cool during ongoing use or high-traffic times. For the long term, find a happy medium for regular use, so you won't "psyche" out your computer by constantly adjusting the settings.


Click on the Start menu and select "Control Panel." Next, choose "Performance and Maintenance."


Select "Power Saver."


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Press "Apply" and then "OK," if prompted.


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Could be low on coolant, the cooling fan motor, a relay, or the fuse among other things.
A mechanic would check for power at the fan motor after checking the fuse.
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I have a Samsung plasma tv model fp-t5894w when i turn it on it will say check fan then turn off


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By Check Fan it means that the fan inside your plasma tv is not working. If the fan will not rotate the main system control will detect it show the message that fan is not working to avoid further problems. Its a fan with three wire. Two wire for power and the third on for read the status of the fan.

Just oppen the tv. Locate the fan normally you can find it on the top side. There will be one or two fans in plasma tv.

Remove the fan if its available anywhere near then replace the same with a new one. If its not avilable. The do the following.

You can see there is a spesification sticker on the fan. if you remove the sticker then you can see its bearing. Put 2 drops of any lubricating oil. Roate the fan leaf with finger for some time. Replace the sticker and fix the fan back.
I have added a video which will help you to do the same.


Then power On the tv and check is the fan failure displays again or not. If its displays the same the you should by an new fan.



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Why are the fans not coming on in my 1999 deville


99 Deville - have you checked the large fan fuse(s) under and behind the main fuse/relay box ?? (I think this holds for 99 - 2000+ moved the maxi-fuses to the underhood box on the passenger side.)

Also, are your relays on a mount down near the fans ? Some have had trouble with the wiring/sockets there. 2000 or later moved the relays up to the fuse box itself. There are 3 - Fan 1, Fan 2, and a series/parallel (S/P) relay for slow and fast speeds.

Fans run in SLOW at 224 degrees F, FAST at 236 degrees F if there is no air conditioning or DEFROST function set. In the city or heavy traffic the gauge will go to the first tick mark past 12:00 and the fans come on. As the coolant lowers to 213 degrees F the fans turn off and the cycle repeats.

IF you set an air conditioning function, then fans run in SLOW all the time.

If your fans will not run under any conditions, check the large fuses in the underhood fuse/relay box, as well as the small fuses for the fan relays - there are 3 relays: Fan 1, Fan 2, and S/P (series/parallel): the fans are relay set to series operation (voltage drop) for Slow speed, parallel operation (full voltage) for Fast.

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I suspect that your cooling fan has stopped working or the sealing mating between the fan surface and the CPU is not intact. These fans quit working because dirt and grime gets into the fan shaft and friction slows the fan . also if the fan gets accidentaly moved on the CPU, then this breaks the heat transfer tape between the CPU. This over heating causes the CPU to fail. Open the machine and observe if the fan is running correctly.

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My 2002 Outback A/C is not working correctly. It runs cold while I am driving but turns warm as soon as I slow down or stop. I just had it recharged but no change.


Your 2002 outback has two cooling fans mounted on the radiator, one cooling fan runs only when the engine requires cooling and the other fan only comes on when the A/C is in use or if the engine temp requires extra cooling. The A/C cooling fan should come on almost at the same time when the A/C has been turned on (if the car is up to operating temp), if it is not coming on you will not move enough air through the condenser to remove the heat the A/C coolant (freon) has collected from inside the cabin. Check your fans operation.

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Fan moves very slow what is the promblem?


Sounds like you need to oil the fan shaft. They get dusty and dirty and it gathers in the oil that was in it.
add more oil and it should fix the problem. THE RAZ

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Van overheats when in idle with ac on


There are 2 fans in the front of this van. One will run almost the whole time that the engine is running. The other will only come on when the engine reaches a certain temperature when the a/c is off. When the a/c is on then both fans should run all the time. The fan relay is usually the problem in this situation. Evin though the secondary fan may come on some That does not mean that it is on the whole time that the a/c is on. If it is operating correctly then the motor may be week. Also be sure that the radiator and condenser coils are clean and free of leaves or debris between them. Hope this helps. good luck.

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