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Clevo M860TU fan replacement

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by demonshin, Jun 25, 2010.

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  1. demonshin

    demonshin Newbie

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    So I my fan in the laptop is dying...sounds like the ball bearing or something is giving as it makes noise while spinning.

    Do you guys know a solution to fix or a replacement fan I can use? I tried to look for replacements but did not find anything and try to find something on the forums as well, any info will help. Thanks
     
  2. Marecki_clf

    Marecki_clf Little boy forever...

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    Try WD40 :)
     
  3. lappyftw

    lappyftw Notebook Guru

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    Try to contact with Clevo for a replacement,or simply lubricate the ball bearing.It should work.Wd40 is not proper for this as it does not adhere to metals/plastic and not dense that it will directly got off and spill/spread to all over the place if the ball bearing rotates.
     
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    sysserv Newbie

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  5. sean473

    sean473 Notebook Prophet

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    get them from ebay.. it will be fast and quick.
     
  6. HTWingNut

    HTWingNut Brain size of a planet...

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    Please show me where you can buy Clevo parts on eBay besides a keyboard...
     
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