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I have a hp6735s it just switches off without any warning i think it may be over heating had it for 14 months now i think fan needs cleaning but can't get any accsess to it any ideas

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I had the same problem with over heating turned out the fan was clogged with dust turn your laptop off and vacuum the keyboard and where the fan is on the side. worked a treat for me hope this helped

Posted on Oct 17, 2010

  • gozone Oct 17, 2010

    thanks for the advice but i ended up taking my laptop to bits cleaned it all out air intake was clogged with dust working great now better than ever



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