Failing Laptop Fans are Death

No fan or a noisy laptop fan can end the life of your laptop.

Businessman relaxing on a white couch with a laptop computer beside him to his right. A large standing fan is to his left, pointed in his direction. Isolated on a white background.Just like the human body, excessive temperatures can kill a computer dead. These are just the laws of physics we have to deal with. Keeping your laptop cool is an immutable fact of life, if you want your laptop to operate normally.

To protect your laptop, it’s important to keep the cooling vents clear of dust and pay attention to strange clicking or screeching noises coming from within the case. The lack of noises may also indicate a problem. Check your vents periodically for dust buildup and blow out accumulations regularly. These are some simple maintenance tips to extend the life of your investment. If your laptop is overheating, you need to attend to this immediately or you may lose your laptop and risk losing all your data as well.

Inside the laptop, a cooling fan produces air movement from within the case to help move heat out through the vents. Most laptops have vents on the underside. But, all too often, those vents get blocked on our laps causing internal temperatures to rise to dangerous levels. How many times have you felt your legs burning while working on your laptop? Blocked vents or an inoperable fan reduce cooling airflow and temperatures rapidly rise within the laptop that can permanently damage the laptop if not addressed immediately.

Picture focused on laptop exhaust ventKeeping vents clear is fairly simple to do. But when a fan fails it needs to be fixed right away. At Credo Technology Group, LLC we replace defective fans and clean the dust and debris from within the laptop to restore normally cooling to the unit. Many flat-rate options are available! It’s always best to just drop by with your laptop to get a complete estimate.

Of course, you’ll need to get your laptop to us. Our computer repair shop is near Reno, NV and located at 385 Freeport Blvd Suite #1, Sparks, NV 89431. If you require pick up and delivery service we can do that, too. For a $15 flat rate inside of the Reno/Sparks Metro. $1 per mile outside, we will gladly come to you and pick up your computer.

Give us a call at 775-636-8378 and we’ll discuss your laptops problems and how we can quickly get your laptop back to you and running once again.

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