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luck2012
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Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

I am getting a message saying that " The system has detected a cooling fan is not operating correctly -System Fan (90B)".

 

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Danjen
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

Try to get a can of compressed air and use it in the opposite direction of the normal air flow with the computer turned off.  If that doesn't do it you can also carefully try a vacuum cleaner (sometimes they  are so powerful, they can break the fan blades off though). If that doesn't work, someone will have to dissemble the notebook down to the fan area and see what is wrong.

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Contrive-IT
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

Hi,

 

Could you plese tell me if all g62 series use the same fan?  The only # im able to retrieve from the case is 584037-001 but that doesnt seem to lead me to a specific model for this g62.

 

Thanks

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mzzltf
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

Hello i have the same problem, my cooling fan is not working on th notebook Pavillion G7, can i use a compressor and blow the air in opposite direction in the notbook

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mzzltf
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

how many bar of compressed air is enough for blowing the notebook clean. My compressor go's to 8 bar but i think that is to much.

 

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anthony82
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

Hello mzzltf,

 

You don't need a lot of pressure to blow out the vents. Too much pressure can damage the fan.

 

Here is a link to clean the vents.

 

Let me know how everything goes.

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rayan1
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Re: Cooling Fan on HP Notebook Pavillion G7 (HP 584037-001)

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