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    Question How do I clean my g751jy laptop Dust ets..

    Like the title says

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    With compressed air.
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    well you cant even open it

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    Yeah, I would really love how to know the best way to do this.

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    An air compressor taken to the vents is the easiest way. Otherwise you'll have to disassemble the laptop to get to the fans and heatsinks. Even then, the heatsinks would need a blow out, while you can wipe down the fans if need be.

    Avoid the cans of air, if you can. They'll work, but they're liable to build up moisture and are not as effective as even a low power compressor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prostar Computer View Post
    An air compressor taken to the vents is the easiest way. Otherwise you'll have to disassemble the laptop to get to the fans and heatsinks. Even then, the heatsinks would need a blow out, while you can wipe down the fans if need be.

    Avoid the cans of air, if you can. They'll work, but they're liable to build up moisture and are not as effective as even a low power compressor.
    do you think that i could use my vacum cleaner it has an option to blow out

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    ? Would love an answer from you great people

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boaz Beatz View Post
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    A vacuum cleaner does not move enough air to be effective.

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    It blow out and really hard i can put screws on the desk and stand abit away and blow and they will all fall off anyway should i stop the fans in some way? Heard they break if you blow air at them they break cus the fans will spin up fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boaz Beatz View Post
    It blow out and really hard i can put screws on the desk and stand abit away and blow and they will all fall off anyway should i stop the fans in some way? Heard they break if you blow air at them they break cus the fans will spin up fast
    I've used my paintball tank (HPA) to clean systems out, that is 800PSI vs the 100-180PSI an air compressor puts out (don't know what the canned air is but it is lower pressure till) While the fans do reach truly impressive speeds, I've never had an issue...

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