Cooling fan gone? Our laptop fan replacement service is fairly priced and quick. We’ll even pick your laptop up from your home or place of business, and drop it back to you once the fan repair is finished.
The cooling fan is a vital element of your laptop’s heat removal system. It’s responsible for removing the hot air generated by the processor and other parts.
In modern laptop designs, air is usually removed from heat sources using a ‘heat pipe’ system, which delivers the exhaust to the fan to be blown out through the cooling vents. Because everything in your laptop is packed together so tightly, a broken or faulty fan is a critical issue. If your cooling system goes, an expensive laptop can become junk in just a couple of
hours. Our fan repair services are here to stop that happening.
We don’t subcontract laptop fan repair services, and that means we’re able to offer a quick, quality service that doesn’t put an unexpected dent in your cashflow. Home or business, we’ll come to you on the same day. And you’ll have your machine back in full working order before you can say ‘Daddy Cool’.
So if your laptop is overheating frequently, or the fan is making irregular noises or screeching sounds, give us a call. We’ll do the rest. And if you’re worried about the cost of laptop fan replacement, don’t be. We don’t charge a markup on our quality replacement parts: you only pay for the work we do.
You need laptop fan replacement if you cannot feel any air coming from the air vents on the side of your machine. The fan blows hot air out of these vents: if there is no airflow at all, something’s wrong. If there is limited airflow, but the fan is making a loud noise, it’s working too hard because something is obstructing the vent from the inside.
Be aware that when you first turn your laptop on, the airflow from the vents will be minimal. As the machine reaches its normal operating temperature, though, air should start to come out.
If your laptop is hot, you may need laptop fan repair. Check the temperature of the CPU (you can do this using a monitoring program, if your machine doesn’t have one already): a constant reading of 70 degrees Centigrade or more, even when the laptop is idle, indicates a problem.