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How do I open the case to clean fans Pavilion g6

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How do I open the case to access the fans to clean them?

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Re: How do I open the case to clean fans Pavilion g6

Hi,

 

Please check from page #75 of the following manual:

  

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02770249.pdf

 

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Re: How do I open the case to clean fans Pavilion g6

Hi,

 

Please check from page #75 of the following manual:

  

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02770249.pdf

 

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For a quick fix. ie. wiggling the blades of the fan....
 
Take out battery as a safety precaution.
 
Prise out the keyboard
- The tabs at the back are tiny while the ones as the front are quite big so start at the back
- The keyboard has wires attaching it to the laptop so don’t pull it too far from the machine
 
The fan can be accessed in one corner so you can turn it with your finger and that should loosen it up
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Watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDWjXp9GfPk  

This video includes unmounting of HP Pavilion g6 1201tx laptop and its fan cleaning.

Dissembling and Exhaust/CPU fan cleaning. Laptop used: HP Pavilion G6 1201TX Similar models: HP Pavilion G4,G6,G7 Series. -----------------------------------------WARNING----------------------------------------------- Even though you can dissemble your laptop, be advised I will not be held ...
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