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How to Fix the Broken Fan of a Toshiba Laptop?

by Toshiba Petersion Toshiba Technical Support Number Canada

The CPU is the brain of your computer system; handle millions of tasks, computer calculations and allocate resources. It can do so many things, but over time the performance CPU may slow down.

There could be many reasons for fan failure; it could be internal or external. But whatever it is, fixing is the best option (if it is still functional) for your laptop. But if the fixation doesn’t work you must replace it as a broken fan can cause sudden shutdowns and freezes. If this sounds familiar you have found the right blog! As Toshiba Laptop will cover everything you needed in order to fix the broken fan. So without wasting a minute let’s get started:


  • First of all, turn off your notebook by shutting it down.

  • Now, move on to the laptop fan. To that end, remove the cover which protects it.

  • Use a multifunctional screwdriver to remove the screws and then lift up the cover to take it off.

  • As you do that, the fan inside it will reveal.

  • Have a look at it and check the condition of the broken fan. If the damage much more than expected, install the new fan, if not follow the next steps to continue.

  • Clean the inside wall and the fan as well. You can use a can of an air compressor to blow the dust-out.

  • After doing that, pry it and take the fan out.

  • Now, remove the old fan from its axis.

  • Clean them well using a cotton swab or a clean cloth.

  • After doing, place the fan to its exact location and screw em tightly.

  • At last, cover it up.

The above steps are quite easier to follow. However, if you encounter any problem or errors occur, you can get in touch with us. To contact, dial our Toshiba Customer Support Helpline Number Canada +1-855-687-3777 and get an instant aid from experts.

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