Cleaning your W1070 Beamer and Fixing Loud Fan Noise

I’ve got my W1070 about 2 years ago and it has been collecting dust since then as it is being used on a daily basis. It’s time to clean the inside and finally fix those noisy fans.

Taking apart your W1070
Cleaning
Loud Fan Noise

Conclusion : I removed a lot of dead flies and dust, making the beamer run silent as it was new and I would recommend everyone to clean your beamer once every year.

15 thoughts on “Cleaning your W1070 Beamer and Fixing Loud Fan Noise

  1. HI,
    THKS for work.
    Only a question, is the fan 80 mm ?
    I’m thinking of changing the main fan (lamp one).
    Merci 😉

  2. HI,

    Did you have any idea about which airflow (CFM) is needed?

    I really want to try to change this fan and found a lot of different specification. but I don’t want to create a warm issue if I don’t take the good one

    Merci Thanks

    • I cannot help you, tried to search replacement fans but gave up after a while, you could try to take apart your fans and cleaning.

  3. hi try to subscribe but after receiving you’re email it seems it shows the whole time a error when you click: Confirm subscription?
    Any way next question:
    I have a Ben W1070 beamer and have to replace 2 fans:Adda ab 50 12dx-a03,hypro bearing and 1 fan:Adda ad0612hx-h93.
    My question were i could order these fans.
    Thanks for you’re help so far..
    F. Enneking

    • I wanted to replace my fans to but couldn’t find a website to buy them either, I’m afraid I can not help you. I will look into the subscribe error, thanks.

  4. It looks like this one from newegg.com will work.

    70x70x25mm DC 12v case Fan,EC7025M12CA

    It has a lower fan speed, CFM, and db. I’m sure it would produce enough air to keep the lamp cool.

    If works i’ll try and update. Thanks for the guide!

      • I was successful in replacing the fan. Only time will tell if it will keep the lamp cool enough and how long it will last before it starts making noise, like all fans eventually do. It does seem quieter after the initial run up phase has completed. I really had no choice but to change the old fan due to the crazy noises it would occasionally make (even after stretching the spring). I did have to cut the old plug off and attach it to the new fan using three 22 gauge butt connectors (with shielding). I then wrapped all the connectors and wires with electrical tap because I couldn’t find my heat shrink tubing :).The new fan doesn’t have a directional arrow for airflow but its exactly like the old fan. Below is how the wire colors match up from “new fan” to “old plug”.

        “Red” to “Gray” (+)
        “Black” to “Black” (-)
        “Blue” to “Brown” (S)

        This fan was only $13 compared to the original one for $56 on amazon or $76 from newegg.

        Thanks again for posting this guide and allowing me to share my information. I hope this helps and we all can start enjoying our movies without paying the “man”! 🙂

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