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Posted on Jun 10, 2011
This can be the fan or what is more common is just dirty fans and ducts. It takes very little dust or lint to stop the airflow in a laptop and if you have pets, gas heat or use near a kitchen (hot cooking oil vapours)
they will need cleaning as little as every 2-3 months. The more it runs with the particles in the air the faster it gets dirty. Can can blow this out using compressed air. You need to take the battery out then insert something to stop the fan from turning. The compressed air will turn the fan too fast and risk burning its bearings out. All you might see is one good puff of dust and thats all it is. You blow the air in through the fan and then reverse through the exit duct. That should knock the dust loose. You might have t pick out lint through the grill but get it as this will block more air and collect the dust faster. You can do it yourself or most shops will do it fairly cheap.
This is the cause of the majority of heating issues.I've only had to replace a handful of fans over the years. And I've ended up with free laptops where the dust was the only problem. Most times the fan doesn't move that much air so people think it is out. If you set your fan to max cooling under power properties you will get as much cooling at it is designed to do. Normally it will be off or very low speed until it hits a certain temp than will kick up the speed .
To replace the fan you need to take the laptop almost totally apart. The display comes off, the keyboard off and the case split and usually the motherboard comes out as well. Before you attempt this try blowing it out first. Then look at pictorial instructions so you have an idea of the work involved. It isn't tricky other than splitting the case but it is involved and you can damage the board with static.The fan will run you $20-$40 from a laptop repair parts place (search for laptop repair parts) Most shops do not do laptop repairs but send them away to a repair depot so you may have a bit of trouble finding someone to do it for you.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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