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Re: ventilator of the microprocessor
Most modern motherboards include temperature sensors that can speed up or slow down the CPU fan depending on how hot the processor is.
If its noisier than it was originally it could be:
-inefficient cooling caused by dust accumulating in the heatsink under the fan.
-could be heat buildup in the case itself causing the processor to run hot.
-could just be noisier because the bearing in the CPU fan is wearing out.
-Make sure the CPU fan power cable is plugged into the proper socket. If it?s not the motherboard cannot control the speed.
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when power on the main board do initial devices:
1) the cartridge include toner unit and photo drum unit
2) fuser unit and all paper road include motors and sensors through the paper road.
the noise at power on you may check:
1) the toner unit that maybe over life cycle to mak much more obstruction, you may take out the cartridge and turn the gears if felling very hard so need to change the cartridge.
2) the toner unit gears damage a little that could make noise, you may check all gears on the cartridge. attention other side drive gears.
3) check the fuser unit gears do same thing above.
hope you fix it and feedback the result thanks
There may be no problem here. Has it always done this? Usually when executing some major tasks the CPU gets hotter and sends a signal that it requires the fans to work harder to keep from overheating. This may be normal.
hope this helps!