#2
Take it to the store and have them clean the fan OR

do it yourself.

Your choice, either way the fan and radiator are clearly covered with dust and work with less efficiency.
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#4
by opening up the laptop

and getting rid off the dust, on my desktop i used a hoover
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#6
1. Take a screw driver and a clean mop/duster.
2. Open said laptop with said screw driver(due to financial issues, I suggest NOT stabbing your laptop with it)
3. When you have the radiator removed, take said duster/mop and clean it.
4. ????
5. Profit!
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#7
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how can i clean it by myself?


if you don't know anything about the insides of a laptop (taking out keyboard to have access)i wouldn't advise it

the heatsink is prob. caked with dirt.....preventing hot air from venting out

you could google how to take apart your particular model
and clean out the dirt with those cans of compressed air used for keyboard cleaning
but again, if this would be your first time taking apart any kind of computer
save yourself a headache and get it done by a pro

chances are it might need some thermal paste too..thats a whole diff procedure
#8
manny's got it right. rather be safe now than sorry later.
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