The Razer Blade Stealth is a competitor to the MacBook line from Apple and runs Windows.

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My brand new Razer Blade Stealth came with a noise in the fan. I can't take it to support because a friend of mine brought it for me from USA to Brazil, and there's no Razer support here. Here's the noise:

Photos of the notebook opened:

Razer won't send me another fan, so I need to fix this one. It's a mechanical issue, I'm certain I can fix. I just need to know how to take the fan off. As you can see, the heat dissipator is connected to it. And there are 2. Do I need to take them off too? The problematic fan is the gray one. Are these dissipators glued or something?

Did anybody have this problem before? Anyone knows the source of the problem exactly?

If possible, does anybody knows where I can buy a used fan? It's a Razer Blade Stealth 12.5 4k. I can't find any on ebay or aliexpress. Maybe someone who works at an assistance, who knows someone who can sell, etc.

Any help is appreciated! Thank you so much!

Update: the fan is from the ARX group, the model is FN0570-SP084R3DL or SP084R3BL, the two codes are written into it. I've already contacted the company but they won't answer my emails.

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did you remove the black tapes and the screws to get more clue?

have you tried wiggling the blowers and see if they bulge?

I believe it's unlikely glued as would otherwise make servicing too difficult. it could be just locked or snapped in place with some tooth-like mechanism.

I wouldnt mind removing the heatsink/heatpipes if they refuse to bulge then just separate the blower after (could prevent damage to other components as well.). It shouldnt be too difficult to reattach them but you need some thermal compounds for that.


Thank you. I found it selling so I could take a look at the photos: the thermal conductors are just placed next to the fan, I just need to unscrew the fans and maybe move the thermal conductors a bit


good to know you're in your way to fixing it. let us know if there is anything else we could look into for


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try contacting this seller:

click "Contact cpfahea" at the right side of the page

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The captcha isn't working, can't contact them. What is this site? Couldn't find it at google. Is it trusted?


is he selling 5 for $125? Anyway I can buy just one?


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