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Versão atual de: Aaron Cooke ,

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-Hmm, it could be a bad CPU fan we have here. I would return that fan to iFixit and ask customer service for a replacement, as its quick and easy with no questions asked. Let’s start there, shall we?
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This problem can also arise with a changed hard drive or solid state drive, as @mayer said too.
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-The next step step would be having a look at the Logic Board and the connector of which the CPU Fan connects into.
+The next step is replacing the CPU fan.

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Editado por: Aaron Cooke ,

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Hmm, it could be a bad CPU fan we have here. I would return that fan to iFixit and ask customer service for a replacement, as its quick and easy with no questions asked. Let’s start there, shall we?
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+This problem can also arise with a changed hard drive or solid state drive, as @mayer said too.
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The next step step would be having a look at the Logic Board and the connector of which the CPU Fan connects into.

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Mensagem original de: Aaron Cooke ,

Texto:

Hmm, it could be a bad CPU fan we have here. I would return that fan to iFixit and ask customer service for a replacement, as its quick and easy with no questions asked. Let’s start there, shall we?

The next step step would be having a look at the Logic Board and the connector of which the CPU Fan connects into.

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open