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bann
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Yoga 2 Pro is really "hot" - does it have a fan? because I don't hear one coming on

Does it have a fan? Because I don't hear one coming on.  I have upgraded to Windows 10 if that makes a difference. Many thanks!

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Re: Yoga 2 Pro is really "hot" - does it have a fan? because I don't hear one coming on

Replied to your other post- "Yes, it does have a fan. It's designed to run when the system is under load." 

The only Yoga model without a fan is the Yoga 900s, with the Core M .

 


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Re: Yoga 2 Pro is really "hot" - does it have a fan? because I don't hear one coming on

thank you EricX - since it is not working is there a "fix" for it that you know of? I tried to run the Lenovo fan test but to no avail. 

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Re: Yoga 2 Pro is really "hot" - does it have a fan? because I don't hear one coming on

If the fan constantly runs at full speed, there may be a defective sensor. Best thing to do is to check with Lenovo support 


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