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I generally find that they overheat when there is an obstruction in the air ways. Placing the plastic nozzle of a vacuum cleaner over the air intake and exhaust clears any debris that blocks the air ways.
As it heats up it will slow down until it finally keels over and kills the uProcessor.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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