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There Are Ways To Repair Your Laptop Fan, Port, And Power Connector

There Are Ways To Repair Your Laptop Fan, Port, And Power Connector

A common problem that is often faced by laptop owners is the problem of heat, however, heat is the main enemy of the laptop, and almost 75% of the trouble faced is caused by excessive heat that laptop owners must repair quickly. Moreover, in the laptop casing, there is almost no empty space, and it’s filled with components.

The problem with most of the cooling systems is the clogging of the heat dissipation holes in the heatsink (covered with dust) which causes the heat that should be released outside of the laptop to bounce back into the laptop so that the temperature in a very narrow room increases. This can cause overheating of the VGA chip, processor chip, and other motherboard components.
Problems with the fan are marked by a noisy laptop sound, indicating the fan bearing is worn or the fan is dead, which can harm the motherboard component. You should not wait until there is damage due to heat (overheat) to replace the fan.

In addition to the heat problem, laptops are sometimes interrupted by internal problems of the physical connector, such as a modem or network port, seemingly disengaged in this case, making it difficult to get a good connection, or soldering the power connector connected with the induction. The only way to fix this problem is to open the laptop case, determine what has been damaged, and do your best to restore it to its original condition, not just using a kludge.

Troubleshooting by using any kludge on the notebook has a strict tolerance that your kludge might fail after you reattach the case. When soldering on a laptop board, use the tip of fine iron and make sure it’s not too hot. Don’t take risks with high solder heat. This can damage the circuit on the PCB. If you feel you have been working on it for too long, it’s best to stop for a moment, and let it cool down before trying again.

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