Fan - g6 2015tx grinding noise

before, it just happened once a week, then continued to increase the frequency of the noise and now whenever I start my laptop it starts just what makes this RRRRRRRR and noise.

Its out of warranty and in India.

is there a fix out there for this problem? or do I just replace the fan? If so, how musch which will cost me?

PS: I gave him for physical service but its still the same!

Hi sank3t, welcome to the Forums of HP. If troubleshooting does not solve the problem of noise (Reduction of fan noise), and you need to replace the fan, you will need to call support for the price.

Outside the United States / Canada region please click < HERE > to get help from your region number.

If you want to try it yourself you can refer to the HP Pavilion Notebook PC - Maintenance and Service of Guide g6 (Page 69 a 680551-001 part number listed for the fan) and to see if you can order here through HP PartSurfer. HP PartSurfer

I hope this helps.

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