adda AB7705HX-GB3 toshiba Satellite L755d l750d
Category : Fan
Symptoms of a faulty fan TOSHIBA SATELLITE L755D L750D
Defective fan TOSHIBA SATELLITE L755D L750D generally results in a rubbing noise, if the noise happens after remounting or shock, it is possible that this is because the copper heatsink which is deformed causing friction.
Another problem with the outright failure of your computer due to overheating which had a rotation too low on your computer TOSHIBA. To see if this is really it had to use a software to test cpu will heat your computer to the max, so that it can be quickly cut it. Sometimes you will not have to change it, but just to unclog the radiator to accumulated dust.
Other cases, your fan is not running ADDA AB7705HX-GB3 more careful though sometimes it had the motherboard. How do we know? Only by testing with a new fan. (Less annoying than testing with a new motherboard.)
Choosing a fan
Attention, a reference ADDA AB7705HX-GB3 a fan does not always indicate the correct model as a reference ADDA AB7705HX-GB3 listed on the castings can be different between the computer models that make them incompatible.
Attention also when you choose your fan TOSHIBA SATELLITE L755D L750D by computer model, in fact the same laptop model following its variants can have different cooling systems that also make them incompatible with each other ....
It is best to rely on the photo for this kind of component.
Change fan TOSHIBA SATELLITE L755D L750D
Most of the time, you need to disassemble the entire bottom of your laptop TOSHIBA. Be careful not to break the pins on the fan during installation or twist the copper heatsink. You just have to unscrew and unclip the connector. (Do it with a screwdriver at the connector but do not pull vertically on the wire, you may cut to one)
Maintain its fan TOSHIBA SATELLITE L755D L750D.
With little to do except make a call compressed air from time to time taking care to block the propellers not to break the mechanism.