Question about Apple iMac 233Mhz/266Mhz/333Mhz Internal Cooling Fan (p/n 922-3566) (9223566)

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My brand new imac is shutting down while I'm working - it seems that when it gets warm it is shutting down and it needs more than 1 hour to switch on again. Is there any problem with the new imac's and their cooling fan system?

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Their was a problem of the processor. That's why they are going to shutting down because the processor are overheated. So you need to replace that processor.

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