See my "I have the same problem" response. It sounds like the bearings going bad on both yours and mine, and per Humax weaknees.com is the best source for a replacement fan. I tried local stores, including Frys, but noone sells that size fan (it's somewhere between 60 & 80mm in size). Once the bearings on a fan start going, as far as I know the only thing that really works is replacement...
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system freezes after a few hours being turned on. There can be a number of faults that will cause this 1 and 2 is the hard drives master driver or slave. 3 is the power pack (PSU) these can over heat and burn out the capacitors and fan these will need changing. then there 4 there is 2 fans in the unit these can fail or slow down making the unit overheat these fans are 5v 40mm bearing type. you can change these for 12v same size and run them off the hard drive wiring.the system should never go over 40c new hard drives can heat up to over this and cause the unit to over heat so you will need to put cooling fans on the bottom of the hard drives and make a barrier between the hard drives and mother board i have done this with some card board and left a part open were the fans are fitted. this has worked very well hard drive area temp was up to 50c and mother board was at a steady 30c with room temp at 29c. now for number 5, there are 2 chips on the left side of the mother board just pushed in. these can lose contact, you will need to remove them and clean the pins on the chips just prise them out carefully and clean the pins even a bit of silver conduct will help used for repairing damaged boards. let it dry then put the chips back in, making sure they go back in the same way they came out.the are the memory chips newer models don't have these, they have memory like a pc/laptop. but they can do the the same thing. Its is best to do a full rest if you are not changing hard drives, wipe both the hard drives on a pc. reformat them to FAT32 and down load the firmware from dedicated micro.remember the firmware is the same as the one that was on before, to find this out in the first menu it will tell you the boot firmware and system firmware ie 3.1 etc. the hard drives now formated on the main drive (master) place the files from the zip file from the down load onto the hard drive slave drive as long as it is formated that is it the system does the rest to it on setup. shut down the pc or what ever you are using and remove the hard drive and reinstall it to the digital sprite. when every thing is back together it is now ready to be setup. plug all the cameras back in and what ever you have to plug into it. don't have the power on to the cameras wile doing this. turn on the power to the digital sprite 2 now it will setup and unzip the files to the drive. then turn on the power to the cameras. when finished it will still be setting up . banner should be on screen the screen fixing files to c drive then d drive them image file to d drive after this is all done go to menu on first menu check numbers of the unit. the go down to shut down and shut down unit. press 1 when asked to for 5 seconds. now leave the unit of for 10min. then turn back on. and this is how to fix a faulty system you will now need to set up system to how you want it most setting will be the same but some will have been lost like . internet setting and camera setting colour and external keyboard control setting they will need to be rest. but wiping the system and reinstalling it will help as every time the system freezes it can loes files or images. hope this helps as meany as it can with a freesing systerm.
The Dish 625 as with the other Dish DVR systems has a fan built into the back of the unit. The fan runs nearly all the time to keep the internal drive cool. Sometimes the fan sounds louder that normal. what I do from time to time is take my shop vac and or the small vac u you use to clean your computer. and clean the vents around the fan. I do this on my desk top computer also.. Hope this helps.
check the system fans they need changing every 2 years. check the hard drive-s are not over heating should be changed every 4 years. check the psu is giving out the right volts can be checked on the hard drive plug when system is plugged in if voltage is to low 12.83v is fine 5.8volts is fine under the 12v or 5v mark it makes the system crash freeze up or just the red light flashing and a buzzing sound coming from the system. psu if you don't hear a fan going round then the psu has over heated and the power coming out will have dropped. replacement capacitors and fan can be found on the bay cheap make note were they are and replace. fan is a bearing type and costs a bit more. can use a none bearing type but it will need changing every year. 12v type think it was a 30mm or 40mm type.
Hello Joe, my name is Becki, with DISH Network. You will want to make sure that the receiver is in a well ventilated area, and that there is nothing heavy sitting directly on it. The receiver's fan can start running constatntly if the unit starts to overheat. You may also want to try putting the receiver out on the floor for a few hours to cool down. You can also try to unplug the receiver from the power source for 10 seconds, that can be a more thourough reset than holding the power button down. The fan will run while starting the receiver up, for about 5 minutes, then it should stop running loudly. If you continue to have problems, please let me know!
The DVR fan does typically runs most of the time the receiver is on (or recently turned off). Since the DVR controls the option of stopping live programming and skipping back it is always in use so the fan will continually run. If the sound continues non-stop for the next 48-72 hours we may want to send a replacement receiver for you. You can contact me at email@example.com if it does continue to be troublesome.
Haha Dont worry dude its just your hard drive or your fan. Your DVR also cuts on around 3-4 a.m in the morning too download software so thats cool. If this just started too happend it could be your hard drive or your fan going out but if its only for a a set period of time its your fan trying too cool down your hard drive. But!!! If you hear it all the time and it is really loud than most likely you will have too get it replaced. Here are a couple things too try.
Unplug the reciver for an hour
If in a surge protector remove it and plug it directly
More than likely the small fan inside has burned out. Now both of your hard drives are fried. So replace the little fan. And install one working hard drive. Ive had to do this a few times. Ask a computor friend to help you instead of sending it in.good luck