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    Asus G751JY Left Fan Rattling / Grinding noise

    Bought the laptop in January of this year. Now every time I turn it on, the left side fan (as facing the laptop and using it) is rattling / making a grinding noise. I have called Asus and set up an RMA, but I could replace the fan myself fairly quickly. I cannot seem to find anywhere to buy a replacement fan.

    Has anyone else had fan issues already only after 9 months? And any way to just buy a new fan vs sending it in?

    thanks!

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    The same problem, no seriously guys, where to buy stock original fan replacement?

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    Has anyone else had fan issues already only after 9 months?
    I had it after 6 months. Oiled it, been running quiet for 7 months now.

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    Cooling Fans Crapping out

    Please tell me the fan part numbers and where to purchase new ones left and right. Also do the heat exchange pipes have to be replaced as if they are hard attached to the fans? Or are they separate parts?

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    Laptop (Model)Asus ROG G751JY-T7134H
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    Graphics Card #1NVIDIA GTX 980M 4GB GDDR5 with Custom VBIOS @ 1400/5800 MHz (1.162 V)
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    They are here:

    CPU
    http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-13NB06F1P10011

    GPU
    http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-13NB06F1P11011

    You can google the part codes (13NB06F1P10011 and 13NB06F1P11011) and find them in other stores.
    Heatsink/pipelines and fans are separate parts, you need only the fans.

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    Thank you for the information. I will hunt around the web to find a set here in Us I hope.
    Chow.

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    Bought Wrong Fan

    Quote Originally Posted by andreacos92 View Post
    They are here:

    CPU
    http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-13NB06F1P10011

    GPU
    http://www.asusparts.eu/en/Asus-13NB06F1P11011

    You can google the part codes (13NB06F1P10011 and 13NB06F1P11011) and find them in other stores.
    Heatsink/pipelines and fans are separate parts, you need only the fans.
    CPU fan is on the left (Part# 13NB06F1P10011)
    GPU fan is on the right (Part# 13NB06F1P11011)

    I uploaded an image to help ensure you don't buy the wrong fan, like me. You can see the sad GPU fan replacement sitting over on the right, unneeded

    http://imgur.com/r6LBiE6
    Last edited by Data_Dog; 05-27-2016 at 05:36 PM.

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    Hello,

    I bought my G751 laptop last year. I also hear recently grinding noise. I suspect it comes from one of the fans.
    Should I dismount everything up to the fans and clean / replace / add some kind of oil? It seems not easy to do.


    Thanks for your advices.
    Last edited by rockrog; 05-28-2016 at 05:56 AM.

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    It 's astonishing that laptop makers don't think about that issue. Fan cleaning is really necessary to avoid overheating.
    Dissassembly should be easier or dusty places should be more accessible for cleaning.

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    Should I use WD-40 to lubricate my fans as stated here http://www.wd40.co.uk/Files/pdf/wd-40-2000-uses.pdf?

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