Broken Laptop 4 Pin CPU Fan Connector

VirgilT

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Mar 23, 2015
2
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4,510
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Hi,
About two weeks ago, I have been noticing that my HP Pavilion dv6-6000 series laptop had been overheating. I have cleaned the ventilation, replaced the thermal compound and cleaned the fan it self and I have since still been experiencing overheating. Upon further investigation, I have found out that one of the pins in the 4 pin connector had been bent or broken off. I am wondering if there is a work around for this problem or I have to replace the connector. I have only done begginer work on soldering and I do not have a soldering kit on hand.

Thanks in advance
-Virgil

PS: My warranty is already over.
PSS: This is the type of connection but 4 pins http://tinyurl.com/mds64cy
 

Amit rock

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Feb 10, 2015
3
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4,520
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Change your mobo firstly to take problem for broken motherboard.broken or any types of problem on mobo are headache of mind... I firstly tell you go and change the lappy mobo...
 
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