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After 17 minutes operation there is always a complete (thermal) shutdown. The feeder fan does not work and has to be replaced. What are the costs? Sony VAIO PCV W1

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    Hanh Le May 11, 2010

    We can probably repair the fan but you'd need to send us your system for us to check it out thoroughly.

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I found a local repair man myself.
Please cancel mij request.
Thank for ypur assistance

Hans

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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