Satellite Pro C650 - cooling fan does not work

My Satellite Pro C650 overheats and stops automatically within 20 minutes of leaving upwards. I checked the CPU fan and noticed that it does not turn upward, even if the laptop would become very hot. I tested the fan with a 9 volt battery and it works perfectly.

Can someone tell me exactly what the problem is? And how to solve it.

Thank you.

> Can someone tell me exactly what the problem is?
On this virtual path, no one can say with certainty what the problem is. We can only speculate what may be the problem.
Usually, cooling fan starts immediately after starting the laptop slows down and offers the optimum temperature of material. After reading your ad I didn t understand how it works. He turns and there is no sign of life?
Problem can be power.
Cooling fan will be controlled by sensors of temperature and activity depends on the temperature of the material but if your machine cooling fan does not work, I imagine that there is no electric power.

What do you think?

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