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What kind of issue is your MacBook Air exhibiting?

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Your cooling fan is clogged with dust, not allowing enough air to circulate through it. Use compressed air and blow out the vents. The fan constantly runs because it isn't getting enough cooling.

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• Release the keys and allow the Macbook to start up.

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Apple Support Link:
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