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Hi Bob I purchased my fans on ebay and I ended up replacing both. I would imagine that once the computer has cooled down you should be able to power it back up for a quick few seconds to get to the BIOS and or (with the back cover off) see which fan is dead. Probably just best to replace both based upon the age of the computer at this point.
I do not recall exactly if there are additional SATA ports on the motherboard. I just looked back at my pictures and am unable to see the ports underneath the shielding, so I can't confirm it. But it seems to me that there should be at least two SATA ports on that MB.
I was using the guide on the google app for Android and it was not as complete as this version on the website. Otherwise this was a great guide! Thanks again for the very detailed steps and photos.
I completed a repair using this guide this past weekend. It took 2.5 hours mostly because the screen was too shattered to use the suction cup, and I had to clean up all the little bits of glass and adhesive. But the repair was a success! The iPad worked perfectly after I was done with the rebuild. I did forget to put back the two mini magnets that were for the smart cover but it was too late and I wasn't too worried about it at that point. Thanks again for a great guide.