Introducción

If your laptop experiences overheating issues while in use, try replacing your fan. When a laptop overheats, it could limit the speed. Replacing the fan may help your device run smoother.

Partes

No se requieren partes.

  1. Flip the device over, so that the bottom cover is exposed.
    • Flip the device over, so that the bottom cover is exposed.

    • Slide the black locking mechanism into its unlock position.

  2. After unlocking the mechanism, slide the battery out of its compartment.
    • After unlocking the mechanism, slide the battery out of its compartment.

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  4. With the battery removed, the bottom cover can be opened with your hand.
    • With the battery removed, the bottom cover can be opened with your hand.

  5. Use a screwdriver from your iFixit Toolkit to remove the two 5mm Phillips #0 screws shown in each picture. Use tweezers to carefully remove the fan's power cable from the motherboard. The cable can be seen in the second picture.
    • Use a screwdriver from your iFixit Toolkit to remove the two 5mm Phillips #0 screws shown in each picture.

    • Use tweezers to carefully remove the fan's power cable from the motherboard. The cable can be seen in the second picture.

  6. After removing the screws and unplugging the wire, remove the fan.
    • After removing the screws and unplugging the wire, remove the fan.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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