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Toshiba A65 laptop

I have a a65, the heat sink was clogged, i opened the laptop and cleaned it.But while dismantling the laptop, the connector attached to the MB for the case fan (a tiny white plastic with two small feet soldered to the MB) came free. I tried soldering it back but now the case fan does not turn on when the temperature rises, and the laptop shuts off.
I know its a minor problem but how to diagnose the fan, which is temperature controlled.
Can I fix it or any suggestions?
soldering the feet to the MB should work but why is it not working??
Please help

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The wires definitely do not connect on to the board correctly or ensure you claean the two wires apart

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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The wires definitely do not connect on to the board correctly or ensure you claean the two wires apart

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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I'm no expert. Here is a tutorial with pictures on how to disassemble the A65.

Maybe this will help? Good luck!

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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