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The fan runs for 10 seconds then stops for 15 seconds and goes again,over and over. Is this normal? Toshiba Satellite A135-2276

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NO This is not normal please clean the air ventilation of the laptop with blower or vacuum cleaner so that the air can circulate inside the laptop and it remains cool.

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