Laptop fan replacement

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  1. SHINOBI03

    SHINOBI03 Well-Known Member

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    I use an HP Omen 15-ce002ne laptop and for a while the fans were getting too noisy and causes loud vibrations. I cracked open the laptop and found out one of the fans broke inside and now I need to find a replacement.

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    Since I'm not a PC guy I don't know what is the exact name or type of these fans and this is where I need to know.
     
  2. *Deathblade

    *Deathblade Well-Known Member

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  3. Uniclonus

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    Easily the best suggestion possible.

    I'd also recommend hitting up youtube for videos on how to open up/replace the fan on your model of laptop. With the way they need to shoehorn everything in, the proper steps can sometimes be non-intuitive
     
  4. Scowly Prowl

    Scowly Prowl Still calculating variables...

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    The fan repair should be straightforward, provided you can source the part. You can try using the part ID information on the fan that isn't broken (the blades missing on the other one are probably what are causing the vibration) and see if they ship as a single set or a pair.
     
  5. SHINOBI03

    SHINOBI03 Well-Known Member

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    Finally received the coolers thanks to the slow international mail, and at long last my laptop is finally back to its quite self and no longer that noisy machine.
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