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Omen by HP 15-dc1093TX
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi. I own a hp omen 15 1093 tx which is malfunctioning. It overheats very quickly when doing nothing and when I tried to check what the problem was, I found out that the cooling fans were not functioning and one was at 3500 - 4500 rpm and the other was running at less than 200 rpm. Please tell me if there is any way to fix this issue.

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@Himaanshu1 

 

They work as designed, nothing wrong to fix.

 

Fans are controlled by heat sensors and depending on how hot the area is, each sensor will "tell" its fan to spin. From my view, this is a good design.

 

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@Himaanshu1 

 

They work as designed, nothing wrong to fix.

 

Fans are controlled by heat sensors and depending on how hot the area is, each sensor will "tell" its fan to spin. From my view, this is a good design.

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you for the help!!!

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I have the same problem , whenever I start my laptop the display show a message that cooling fans are not working properly please visit the site .  

can anyone help ?

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I have the same problem. Did you find a solution?

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