So, yes I did it, milled the back of the Surface Book off, and removed the fan. That was super easy (if you how to mill on 10 micrometer) You just mill until the (very soft) aluminium is foilthick and peel it off. Replace the part, and close the back with some conducting material or as self 3D printed piece.
I have this squeaking noise coming from the fan behind the screen.
I thought I’l do this: with my CNC I would mill away the EXTERIOR on top (or below, depending on where you look from) of the fan. Starting with a hole of about 15 mm, just enough to peek to the fan axle and lubricate it. If not successfull, I would mill away the complete Surface (is that why it is called ‘Surface’) of the fan, thus able to remove it.
Not for beginners I know, but I don’t want to ruin the perfectly good machine by tearing it down, so, why not approach from the other side, From the Surface… Anyone thought about that. I can measure quite good the position , but better yet would be a Cad file with the exact dimensions.
Quando isso acontecer, você poderá ver um gráfico da reputação que ele adquiriu ao longo do tempo.
Aqui está uma prévia de como será o gráfico:
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