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If you are recieving a fan error message, then it means that there is something wrong with the internal cooling fan of the laptop. I have disassembled many laptops, and fixed a whole bunch of discrepancies this way. Just be careful, detailed, and log everything down, or have a recorder to assist when you are ready to reassemble the device. A little knowledge can be dangerous though, so if you have no electrical or electronic experience, then I suggest taking it to a professional who does, so that if something goes wrong, the laptop can be warranty guaranteed. If you would like to do this, but want a helpful hand, just message me, I will be happy to assist you.

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There is a good possibility that the fan is full of fluff. If you hold a vacuum cleaner pipe up against the exhaust of the laptop, that may clear the blockage.
Hope that helps.

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