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replaced fan not working either on macbook 13 2006


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Hi. my macbook 13 " 2006 fan was not working, i replaced it with new but still not working at all. smc, istat;, hardware monitor all read 000rpm.
Is the logic board at fault? reapplied thermal paste to heatsink...
BTW, Hardware monitor tells me fan speed max/min values are 6200/5800..is that correct? Thaks.
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