Question about HP Pavilion TX2000Z Notebook
If you unplug the fan, you can test the connector to make sure the fan is bad and the problem isn't with the power getting to the fan.
You can get a new fan and heat sink assembly here (make sure the model number is the same as your computer):
But in the meantime, you shouldn't run the computer much because it can easily overheat without the fan.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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