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Computer shutting down automatically

After 25-30 mins,current goes out from my cpu suddenly.kindly help what may be the problem?

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Remove case side and clean out ALL fans then remove fan from heatsink DO NOT remove heatsink (probably stuck on CPU) clean all fluff and dust from heatsink.
Use a stiff brush and vacuum cleaner on power supply fan area
then vacuum out case include all vent holes and behind power supply. test start.should be OK

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