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Laptop keeps turning off/restarting every 3 seconds, repeats...

18 mos old, motherboard mb.rjw02001 may be the problem.

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Please check if this laptop has an overheating problem. If it has an overheating problem, then please check the air inlet, outlet and fan (if fan does not spin, then you have to replace the fan). If it does not have an overheating problem, then you can test the laptop using another hard drive with a fresh operating system. If it still has a problem, then it means the motherboard is bad.

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