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Cooling fan is making noise i took it off and took it apart and didnt really know what to do so just put it back together and its still does it. what should i do?

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Sometimes the fans can get dirty & collect a build up of dust etc. so using something to blow into the fan & clear any dust can sometimes help. Unfortunately if this doesn't cure it then try to drop a small amount of lubricant into the motor, usually in most cases of noisy fans the only solution is to replace it.

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