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Our fan used to blow air excellently but now it bows air but it seems the air is from the sides of the

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Maybe the fan reverse connection.

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When a processor in a computer becomes too hot, it shuts off. (More specifically BIOS turns it off) NO processor running, NO computer.

Since the opening for the Air Intake Duct, (Left front side), is on the side close to the bottom, it makes an excellent(?) location to 'inhale' foreign debris. Dust/Dirt/Hair/Food Crumbs/Lint, you name it.
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Use Short Bursts of air, not Long bursts.
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Take a look at this,
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See Number 12? That is the Processor Thermal Cooling Assembly. The copper colored S-shaped piece is the Cooling Tube.
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This is the Service Manual main page,
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