Dell Laptop Fan Noise and Overheating FIXED
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Dell Laptop Fan Noise Repair / Replacement:
Laptop overheating is one of the common issue but it can happen due to many reasons. Sometimes it could happen due to its age, rough usage or dust around. It could also happen because of Cat or Dog hair stuck inside the vent. Most of the time we do forget to check fan it self. When Laptop fan makes a noise it could be a sign of that laptop is having difficulty in breathing. It may not be because something is stuck inside or etc. Maybe it is just because of the faulty Laptop fan. Laptop fan could go wrong very easily especially in Dell and HP laptops fans are not very high quality and tend to create a lot of noise after couple of months or years.
This is very normal in gaming laptops, gaming computers or in computers or laptop having multiple fans to keep system cool down. Having laptop running with noisy fan is extremely frustrating and annoying. Most of the time while laptop is running, without even touching it or opening any application, fan runs at full speed for no obvious reason and make a loud and weird sound. Geeks Callout is professional in dealing with laptop and computer hardware especially motherboard level work including fan repair / replacement and overheating repair.
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Geeks Callout's Dell Laptop Specialist Solved the Issue
We received a request from customer based near Notting Hill, London to repair this Dell laptop with noisy fan. After consulting with our Dell Laptop expert we arrange a collection of laptop over the weekend. Since its a work laptop, customer wanted to have it back on Monday so he can carry on working on it. So we just had almost 2 days to actually, diagnose and repair it.
Sometimes, it's very common to find other problems along with the actual issue in the laptop. So, it was very much possible...