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Usually there would be a few screws in the base that need to be taken out and the outer case pulls out. This will expose the fan and filters inside. Hopefully that will allow you to clean the inside. Would not spray any cleaning agents. Just a light vacuum and wipe with clean moist cloth.
hello there, if your air conditioner is window type the back should be outside. if your air con is split type the blower or air vent should be inside. if your air con is tower type it should be inside. this could be help. thanks
Here is some useful information for your product (as I had the same question today). The first link is to the official product page. The second link is to the PDF Form of that product's Manual. The third page is to a WikiAnswers tutorial of how to take it apart and clean it.
Use compressed air to blow the dust etc. out of the unit. You can purchase a can of compressed air from Home Depot or Lowes, or Google "compressed air in a can." Just make sure you clean the unit outside to keep the dust etc. out of your home.
Unless you have a FRU manual for your model and you feel very comfortable taking your laptop I would avoid it and send it out for repair.
If your laptop is restarting I would remove the CPU, clean and put thermal paste and put it back together. You can use canned air to clean many of the parts that you can see.