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Laptop gets very hot after one hour

After using my dell laptop, it gets very hot from the bottom and iam worried and thinking this is not normal.

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I ll give you a good suggestion as i have worked for dell and i know this issue very well, If this is under warranty it can be replaced by dell itself or else the will do a recall for the unit in shock hazard policy whether it is under warranty or not. Al you need to do is call the 800-6249896 toll free and tell them that ur system is getting extremely hot and ur getting shock in case you touch andy metal part they will replace it for free.

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