Question about Toshiba Satellite A75-S211 Notebook
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There are two compartments on the underside of the laptop... unscrew both... remove the battery from its compartment... canned air can be used but not recommended due to the fact it just does not blow hard enough... use an air compressor instead with a blow out nozzle... if you don't have immediate or quick access to one... go to the nearest tire shop or tire repair shop and kindly ask if you can use their blow out nozzle... blow air in all vents , fans, and open compartments on the underside... after blowing out all debris and dust... replace the screws to the underside compartments, replace the battery back in its compartment... plug in your unit and press the power button. thats it! your problem should be solved... this problem may occur again... but now you know what to do.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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