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Old 16th January 2019, 05:56 AM
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Originally Posted by M.C.A. View Post
My desktop power unit fan also has been making noises, shot bearings so yesterday I had the unit changed out and the technician tried to talk me out of it he said does this noise in the fan bother you and I told him I'm worried about overheating and a fire so it seemed like he didn't want the task. This is my 2nd power unit change since 2014 the computer is on nearly every day all day long.
More than likely the mindset to use something until it no longer functions/works or causes some other problem such as you mentioned about the fire.

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