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tam198
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need help replacing system fan hp6210f

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Recieving error system fan has failed. service pc to prevent damage                                                                                                                                           Need to know where fan is located as well as specific fan info so I can replace it. this error only happens after I shut down then start up later not after a restart. GPU tempterature is running anywhere from 170F to 200F at times.

 Any help on how to locate and replace this fan would be appreciated. The other two internal fans are running fine. Cannot find third fan or is there a fourth fan.

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Tamala

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Please use information from the following link (scroll down few pages):

 

   http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00013522

 

 

 

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Thank you but the cpu fan works and I'm looking for the system fan somewhere on the inside not visible to the eye that is causing the GPU temp. to rise. Error on black screen says system fan has failed.

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