MacBook Fan Repair
Damaged MacBook Fan Repair Service
Fan Repair Services
Experts in our Apple repair store in Singapore are well conversant with your computer fan needs’. Drop by and get your fan cleaned up. Get rid of that disturbing grinding noise that you have to listen to when you are busy working at your desk. Ensure that your computer does not suffer a premature system’s crash due to overheating. Have your fan replaced with a fully functional one that would cater to the appliance’s cooling needs and guarantee it a longer lifetime.
The Kinds Of Damage The Fan Could Suffer
Accumulation Of Dust & Fabric
The fan in your laptop could get clouded with dust and fabric that accumulates over time from the air it sucks in and out. You would notice this through a constant rattling sound from your computer. The resultant effect is a slowdown of the fan’s rotating speed and blocking of cool air from sweeping through the system. With such a dysfunctional fan, heat emitted from your system’s processor would not be dissipated quickly enough. Think of it like having a very nasty headache, and you are trying to sit an exam. You would probably fail the test due to lack of concentration. In the case of your computer, unchecked heating up would hinder the functioning of installed software, and this could lead to a system’s crash.
Sometimes your fan could run and stop at intervals with any apparent reason. This malfunctioning may signal that there is something wrong with the hardware itself. If the problem does not go away even after thorough cleaning, it might be time to replace the component. Get to our Mac repair centre in Singapore and have the replacement done for you at an affordable price.
The Basic Repair & Replacement Procedure
Dusting & Lubricating
The Mac fan is first dusted and vacuumed as standard procedure. We remove all the debris stuck in between its blades so that it can run smoothly and noise-free. A special lubricant is then added on to it to ensure that it is not ground small bits of plastic around its rotating axle.
A malfunctioning fan or one whose blades are twisted would certainly need replacement. To expose the fan, we remove the battery, the memory cover, and the upper case. We then open the fan with fine Philips screwdrivers and set it aside. A match for its replacement is brought in, screwed up and then tested. We use only original hardware replacement parts to enable the laptop to last. A replacement does not have to be new as long as it works well.
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