So I upgraded my 750GB 7200 RPM HDD to a samsung 840 pro 256GB SSD and I upgraded the RAM from 8GB to 16GB myself. It wasn't hard and I'm a systems engineer so I know what I'm doing. I'm using the late june 2012 classic macbook pro 15 the high end 2.6ghz model. I did the restore by doing a fresh install of OSX the latest update and copied the files over. After I upgraded I noticed my macbook pro was still running hot especially when using the graphics card (playing a game for example). I mean hot to a point where I cannot use the mac at all. Just out of thought I decided to check the fans by opening the chasis. I noticed one of the fans don't rotate easily but the left one does. I turned the mac on and saw the fan wasn't rotating. I'm assuming both are suppose to run. Currently I have the mac plugged in and I installed "fan control 1.2" the RPM is at 0 for the right fan and 2000 for the left fan. It says the temperature is 57c. I'm just browsing the internet and I dont have any apps loaded besides chrome. My question is before I call Apple is there anything above that I said that would void my warranty? Can I just call Apple with my upgraded parts and have them replace the fan? I'm use to calling Dell or HP and they don't care if anything was upgraded since they are user upgradable.