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Fan urgent help needed. my ps2 fan makes a lot of noise. how to quiten it without replacing it .

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This can be one of two things, if the fan blades are chipped in anyway then the fan will be out of balance and wreck the bush that the fan runs in, i would say that its more likely to be dust thats worked its way into the bush and its running dry...my advise is to buy a replacement fan that are not expensive, give the unit a good blow out before you fit a new one
a "get you out of trouble" remedy would be to gain access to the fan spindle and put a drip(and i mean a very small drip) of light oil to lubricate the fan..ive done this on pc fans for years but its better to replace them in the long run.

Posted on Jun 05, 2008

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