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I want to clean the processor fan - how do i get into the GP1415 to access where it is. Thanks for reading

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First, I would spray canned air through the fan vent.

I could not find the manual for your laptop, but on this link it shows how to open a Sharp laptop. Follow the setps up to removing the keyboard, then you may be able to spray canned air onto the Processor fan.

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