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For cleaning the clogged cooler simply try to blow from outside-in with some air canister.
Big work if you are unfamiliar.
Remove the battery, all little covers and all the screws from underside, if the underside cower can not be removed, then maybe you must remove the motherboard. Try to remove the keyboard, keypad and everything from upper side until reach fan... Do not use brute force.
Remember the position of long screws, if any.Also remember the route of the cables.Mark the position of inner screws on board with some red marker, this helps a lot.
Use electrostatic protection (recommended).
If you remove any cooler, after cleaning you must use thermal conducting paste.
After removing the fan, if no other , try lubricating the fan rod (under the fan label) with a little thermally resistant grease.
God work !!!
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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