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Hey mate. From having a search around, I discovered it doesn't seemis a common problem, and if you can buy Logitech replacement parts. Ifwish to replace the fanfan, its part number is really noisyBSB0705HC, -8Z02 apparently, but you can't obtain it through Logitech and need to obtain it via 3rd part. If want to try fixing it first, you can try removing the fan, dismantling it and cleaning any dust/debris from inside of it. Also clean any ducting and the heat sink its self as normally, nosy fans are due to being over dusty or over worked. If you really wish to replace the fan, you can try calling Logitech and asking them about replacement components or source

Also, this link contains
a similar fan as it looks like the fan is similar to a laptop fan. You might just need to salvage the connector from the Logitech fan and attach it to the new fans wires.bit more information; http://forums.logitech.com/t5/Revue-and-Accessories/Fan-noise/td-p/677512/page/3
Hey mate. From having a search around, I discovered it doesn't seemis a common problem, and if you can buy Logitech replacement parts. Ifwish to replace the fanfan, its part number is really noisyBSB0705HC, -8Z02 apparently, but you can't obtain it through Logitech and need to obtain it via 3rd part. If want to try fixing it first, you can try removing the fan, dismantling it and cleaning any dust/debris from inside of it. Also clean any ducting and the heat sink its self as normally, nosy fans are due to being over dusty or over worked. If you really wish to replace the fan, you can try calling Logitech and asking them about replacement components or source

Also, this link contains
a similar fan as it looks like the fan is similar to a laptop fan. You might just need to salvage the connector from the Logitech fan and attach it to the new fans wires.bit more information; http://forums.logitech.com/t5/Revue-and-Accessories/Fan-noise/td-p/677512/page/3
 
Hope this was of some help

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オリジナル投稿者: zakk ,

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Hey mate. From having a search around, it doesn't seem you can buy Logitech replacement parts. If the fan is really noisy, you can try removing the fan, dismantling it and cleaning any dust/debris from inside of it. Also clean any ducting and the heat sink its self as normally, nosy fans are due to being over dusty or over worked. If you really wish to replace the fan, you can try calling Logitech and asking them about replacement components or source a similar fan as it looks like the fan is similar to a laptop fan. You might just need to salvage the connector from the Logitech fan and attach it to the new fans wires.

Hope this was of some help

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