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Inner fan is it normal that the inner fan is working non-stop all the time?

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The PE16 has this specific problem, set up the power-save to on and to the lowest period

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Inner fan is working all the time in order to cool off the electronic units, but you may wanna try checking for overheating. this can resault of: - air hole too close to the wall, or jammed by something. - working enviroment is too hot. room temperature and so. - dust and dirt accumulated on the fan, or heatsinc. you can clean it with a vacum cleaner or compressed air.

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