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HP Pavillion note book ZD7140US Need cooling fans for Heat Sink

Hello can you tell me where I can just buy the Fans that are on the heat sink. The heat sink part # is 344872-001.. All I need is the fans and I cant find anywhere that just sells the fan.. They want u to buy the whole things you should be able to just get the fans somewhere.. Thanks for any help you may give me.. Ken

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    It was very helpful... But should give more than one fix.. I new of the ebay one... just by typing in the part number into Google search engine... But was helpful.. Thanks Ken

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