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I have had multiple different laptops and every single one of them have had their fan bearings go out and I just work with them (I haven't had one need a replacement fan it was so bad, just annoying sounds from the fan) I don't know what keeps killing the fans I rarely ever move them (don't really need to, only reason they are laptops is because I do need them for trips and stuff). So if someone has had any of the same problems. Any help is appreciated thanks for taking the time for reading!

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closed as too broad by Ramhound, Tetsujin, Mokubai Sep 11 at 16:46

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  • What make / model of laptop. We have many laptops at our clients and fan errors would be much less than 1% of laptops. Are you trying to run the CPU at Max (which causes the fan to run on high) – John Sep 11 at 16:26
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the question is unclear. Questions seeking "feedback" from other users who might also have a problem does not make a question that can be answered. This question does not ask a question that has an answer that can solve a problem, "do you also have a problem with your fan in your laptop", is a question that would be within scope on any Stack Exchange community website. We are not a forum, discussions on a topic, do not make good questions. – Ramhound Sep 11 at 16:43

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