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Laptop HP pavilion 6000 - cooler not working

Laptop HP pavilion 6000 - cooler is not working and as a result the laptop is overheated and it automatically turns off. Can I fix this problem by myself or I need to go to the service center?

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You will have to go fix it to a service center. Or unless you want to try and take apart and take the risk of making it work unpropertly in the future.


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