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Overheating? My zd8000 gets very hot and shuts itself down. All fans are working - help!

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I purchased a commercially available laptop base cooler. It works extremely well in keeping my Pavilion zd8000 cool. I can sympathize with your heat plight. Mine used to get so hot, I was unable to rest my right wrist on the area to the right of the touchpad without getting burnt! Now, with the fan under the PC, it's as cool as a cucumber.

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Raise it around 6 cm above the table..

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