Rega IT Toshiba Satellite L555 L555D Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10R
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-10Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-110
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-112
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-115
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-11U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-120
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-121
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-123
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-124
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12E
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12X
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-12Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-130
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-131
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-132
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-133
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-135
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-136
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-103
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-10E
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-11U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7005
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7006
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7909
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7910
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7912
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7930
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555D-S7932
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S5005
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7001
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7002
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7006
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7008
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7010
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7914
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7916
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7918
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7929
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-S7945
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L555-ST5708

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Toshiba Satellite L550 L550D Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-00R
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-010
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-05C
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-0CD
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-10N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-10R
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-10T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-10W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-10Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-113
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-116
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-117
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11C
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11E
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-11T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-129
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-12D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-130
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-139
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13C
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13G
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-13V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-145
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-149
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-14C
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-150
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-15D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-15F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-15J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-15K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-16R
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-16T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-173
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-174
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-179
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-17C
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-17W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-18M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-18T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-19Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-19U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-19V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-19W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1C8
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1C9
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1CC
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1CF
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1CM
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1CR
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-1CW
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-200
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-202
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-203
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-204
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-207
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-20J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-20Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-20T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-20V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-20W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-210
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-217
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-219
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-21D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-00J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-00Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-107
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-10G
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-10J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-10K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-10L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-10M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-110
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-119
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-11F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-11G
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-11N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-11P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-124
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-125
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-127
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-12E
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-12H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-136
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-13J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-13Q
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-13V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-13W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550D-144
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-EZ1702
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-S5701
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-S5702
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST2721
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST2722
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST2743
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST2744
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST5701
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST5702
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST5707
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST5708
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L550-ST57X1

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Toshiba Satellite L505 L505D Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-10K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-10L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-10W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-10X
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-10Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-110
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-111
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-138
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-13Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-141
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-ES5024
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-ES5025
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-ES5026
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-ES5027
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-GS6000
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5001
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5002
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5003
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5004
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5005
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5006
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5007
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5010
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-LS5019
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5006
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5007
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5025
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5963
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5965
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5972
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5983
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5984
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5985
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5986
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5987
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5992
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5994
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S5996
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S6947
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S6948
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S6952
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505D-S6957
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5011
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5012
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5015
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5016
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5018
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5033
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5034
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5036
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-ES5042
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-GS5035
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-GS5037
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-GS5038
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-GS5039
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-GS6002
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-LS5014
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-LS5017
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-LS5021
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5659
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5964
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5966
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5967
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5969
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5971
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5982
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5984
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5988
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5990
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S59903
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5993
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5994
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5995
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5997
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5998
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S5999
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6946
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6951
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6953
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6954
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6955
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6956
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6959
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-S6962
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6011L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6011M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6013L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6013M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6015L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6015M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6019L
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L505-SP6019M

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Toshiba Satellite L500 L500D Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-008
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00E
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00G
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00X
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-00Y
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-017
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-018
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-01D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-01U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-025
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-02F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-02H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-02J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-02T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-038
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-076
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-080
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-120
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-12M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-13W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-13Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-14N
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-154
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-19F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-19X
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-19Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1C7
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1DT
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EF
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EG
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EH
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EJ
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EK
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EL
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EM
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EN
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EP
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EQ
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1ER
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1ET
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EU
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1EV
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1FW
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GD
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GE
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GF
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GG
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GH
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GJ
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GK
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GL
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GM
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1GT
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1NT
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1PP
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1PQ
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1PR
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1PU
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1PV
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Q0
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Q6
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Q7
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Q8
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Q9
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1QE
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1QH
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1QK
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1QV
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1R3
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1RK
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UG
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UH
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UJ
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UP
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UR
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1UU
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1WG
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1XC
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1XD
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1XL
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1XM
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1XW
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1Z9
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1ZC
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-1ZW
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-20Z
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-226
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-00F
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-00T
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-00V
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-00X
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-02H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-08K
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-11P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-13H
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-13U
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-149
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-14R
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-14W
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-163
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-164
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-16J
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-16M
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-16P
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-16Q
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TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-ST55X1
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500D-ST5600
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TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST2522
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TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST2544
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST5505
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST5507
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST55X1
TOSHIBA SATELLITE L500-ST55X2

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Packard Bell LJ61 LJ63 LJ65 LJ71 Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

PACKARD BELL LJ61
PACKARD BELL LJ63
PACKARD BELL LJ65
PACKARD BELL LJ71
PACKARD BELL LJ71-RB-019UK
PACKARD BELL LJ71-RB-025UK
PACKARD BELL LJ71-SB-213NC

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Lenovo B550 G450 G455 G550 G555 Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

LENOVO B550
LENOVO G450
LENOVO G450 2949
LENOVO G450 2949-79U
LENOVO G450 2949-CFU
LENOVO G450 2949-CGU
LENOVO G450 2949-CHU
LENOVO G450A
LENOVO G450L
LENOVO G455
LENOVO G455 0708
LENOVO G455 0708-32U
LENOVO G455A
LENOVO G455L
LENOVO G550
LENOVO G550 0679
LENOVO G550 0679-57J
LENOVO G550 0679-58J
LENOVO G550 0679-5FJ
LENOVO G550 0679-5HJ
LENOVO G550 0679-8NJ
LENOVO G550 0679-8QJ
LENOVO G550 0679-8UJ
LENOVO G550 0679-9PJ
LENOVO G550 0679-9SJ
LENOVO G550 20023
LENOVO G550 2958
LENOVO G550 2958-26J
LENOVO G550 2958-27J
LENOVO G550 2958-28J
LENOVO G550 2958-3CU
LENOVO G550 2958-5PJ
LENOVO G550 2958-5QJ
LENOVO G550 2958-5WJ
LENOVO G550 2958-6GU
LENOVO G550 2958-6TU
LENOVO G550 2958-8LG
LENOVO G550 2958-9PU
LENOVO G550 2958-A4U
LENOVO G550 2958-A5U
LENOVO G550 2958-FBJ
LENOVO G550 2958-FDU
LENOVO G550 2958-GCJ
LENOVO G550 2958-GDJ
LENOVO G550 2958-LEU
LENOVO G550 2958-LFU
LENOVO G550 2958-LGJ
LENOVO G550 2958-MFJ
LENOVO G550 2958-R6U
LENOVO G550 2958-R7J
LENOVO G550 2958-XFU
LENOVO G555
LENOVO G555 0873
LENOVO G555 0873-25U
LENOVO G555 0873-26U
LENOVO G555 0873-72U
LENOVO G555 0873-74U

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Gateway NV73 NV74 NV78 NV79 NV79C Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

GATEWAY NV73
GATEWAY NV7309H
GATEWAY NV7309U
GATEWAY NV7310U
GATEWAY NV7312H
GATEWAY NV7316U
GATEWAY NV7317U
GATEWAY NV7318U
GATEWAY NV73A
GATEWAY NV73A02H
GATEWAY NV73A03U
GATEWAY NV73A04U
GATEWAY NV73A07U
GATEWAY NV73A08U
GATEWAY NV73A09U
GATEWAY NV73A10U
GATEWAY NV73A12U
GATEWAY NV73A17U
GATEWAY NV73A23U
GATEWAY NV73A24U
GATEWAY NV73A26U
GATEWAY NV74
GATEWAY NV7401H
GATEWAY NV78
GATEWAY NV7801U
GATEWAY NV7802U
GATEWAY NV79
GATEWAY NV7901U
GATEWAY NV7902U
GATEWAY NV7905H
GATEWAY NV7906U
GATEWAY NV7908H
GATEWAY NV7909H
GATEWAY NV7909U
GATEWAY NV7914U
GATEWAY NV7915U
GATEWAY NV7919U
GATEWAY NV7920U
GATEWAY NV7921U
GATEWAY NV7922U
GATEWAY NV7923U
GATEWAY NV7925U
GATEWAY NV7928U
GATEWAY NV7930U
GATEWAY NV7931U
GATEWAY NV79C
GATEWAY NV79C17U
GATEWAY NV79C27U
GATEWAY NV79C34U
GATEWAY NV79C35U
GATEWAY NV79C36U
GATEWAY NV79C37U
GATEWAY NV79C38U
GATEWAY NV79C42U
GATEWAY NV79C47U
GATEWAY NV79C48U
GATEWAY NV79C49U
GATEWAY NV79C50U
GATEWAY NV79C51U
GATEWAY NV79C52U
GATEWAY NV79C54U
GATEWAY NV79C55U
GATEWAY NV79C57U
GATEWAY NV79C58U
GATEWAY NV79C59U

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Emachines D520 E520 D720 E720 Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

EMACHINES D520
EMACHINES D720
EMACHINES E520
EMACHINES E720

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Rega IT Acer Extensa 4130 4230 4630 4630G 4630Z Internal Laptop CPU Cooling Fan

ACER EXTENSA 4130
ACER EXTENSA 4230
ACER EXTENSA 4230-161G16MN
ACER EXTENSA 4230-2151
ACER EXTENSA 4230-2818
ACER EXTENSA 4230Z
ACER EXTENSA 4630
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4375
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4485
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4565
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4570
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4658
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4682
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4791
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4912
ACER EXTENSA 4630-4922
ACER EXTENSA 4630-582G16MN
ACER EXTENSA 4630-6182
ACER EXTENSA 4630-6422
ACER EXTENSA 4630-731G12M
ACER EXTENSA 4630G
ACER EXTENSA 4630G-582G32MN
ACER EXTENSA 4630Z
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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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Covered in Warranty
Warranty of the Product is Limited to Failure and Manufacturing Defects.

Warranty Summary
30 Days Warranty

Warranty Service Type
Replacement or Repair Carry in Warranty. Customer needs to Carry in / send it for Replacement or Repairs and the Replaced Product will be sent back to Customer.

Not Covered in Warranty
Defects due to External Causes, Accidental, Physical Damage, Cut, Burnt, Misuse and Missing Warranty Stickers or Labels

Ventilation and limited space are among the reasons why heat gets built up inside your laptop. Generally, the hot air that gets generated through various internal components and hard drive gets blown away with the help of a laptop CPU fan that is fitted inside the housing of the computing device. This fan is generally placed inside a heat sink and is responsible for keeping the central processing unit or CPU cool.

How to Replace a New CPU Cooling Fan in a Laptop

Notice:
(a) Laptop components are very sensitive to cold, heat and jarring. Be careful not to hit, bump or drop any of the components while replacing the CPU Cooling Fan.
(b) Never cover the CPU Cooling Fan vent when using a laptop. Clothes, blankets and pillows blocking the vent will cause the CPU Cooling Fan to stop working. If you run your laptop for an extended period of time without a CPU Cooling Fan, permanent damage may occur.

1. Follow your laptop owner’s manual and assembly guide carefully as you disassemble the laptop. Touch something metal periodically to remove static charge, and work on a large table with a bright light source.
2. Turn off the laptop and unplug it. Remove the main battery, CD/DVD drive and the hard drive. The hard drive is usually located in a slot on one side of the laptop. Remove the screw that holds the cover in place, then pull out the hard drive sled.
3. Turn the laptop over and remove the screws on the bottom that hold the keyboard in place. Flip the laptop over, open it, then lift the keyboard up and out. Unplug the flexible ribbon cable that connects the keyboard to the motherboard.
4. Remove the screws that hold the keyboard bezel and palm rest in place. Carefully pry loose any plastic snaps on the sides, then lift the bezel and palm rest up and out.
5. Unplug the laptop CPU Cooling Fan. Remove the screws that hold the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan in place, then remove the entire unit from the laptop. Remove any thermal compound residue from the bottom of the heat sink and the CPU.
6. Apply a thin layer of thermal compound on the CPU, then replace the heat sink and CPU Cooling Fan. Replace the screws, plug the CPU Cooling Fan back in, then reassemble the laptop.
7. Plug the laptop in and turn it on. After you use it for a few minutes, you should hear the new CPU Cooling Fan running and feel warm air blowing from the vent on the side of the laptop. A laptop CPU Cooling Fan does not run continuously, so don’t be concerned if the CPU Cooling Fan shuts off periodically.

Clean the laptop CPU Cooling Fan in 4 Easy Steps

1. Unplug your laptop and remove the battery to prevent any risk of electrical shock while you’re cleaning your laptop.
2. Unscrew the panel that contains the CPU Cooling Fan. If you don’t know which panel contains the CPU Cooling Fan look at where your vent is located, most likely it’s the panel right by the vent. Once unscrewed, remove the panel. Removing the panel will take some force and you will hear loud clicking sounds which are normal but be careful not to break the panel in half.
3. Take your can of compressed air and in short bursts spray your CPU Cooling Fan. Continue to spray until the dust is removed. You should be able to see the dust being removed. Also spray into the vent to remove any dust that may have built up. (Note: Do not turn compressed air can upside down and spray. This will cause liquid to come out with the air and may ruin your computer.)
4. Put the panel back (again, this will take some force to put back into place) and screw in place.

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