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Fan noise the fan on the inside is making a loud noise

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  • Bardun May 31, 2008

    Where can you buy a replacement fan for the LM7WZ?

  • xenophek Jul 06, 2008

    My Everex StepNote NM3500W was working fine this morning. I came home and the fan was making a loud noise and progressively grew louder. After a bit the fan just died altogether, now I'm afraid to turn it on.



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Most likely the fan is failing soon and would need to be replaced.

how old is this laptop?

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