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A simple solution to this would be to open up your device and use a compressed air can to spray out the fans for potential dust. If this solution does not work you may need to replace the heatsink to the processor. For a link to the troubleshooting guide on this device [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Pavilion_11_n010dx_Troubleshooting|click here|new_page=true][HP Pavilion 11 n010dx Troubleshooting|click here]].
A simple solution to this would be to open up your device and use a compressed air can to spray out the fans for potential dust. If this solution does not work you may need to replace the heatsink to the processor. For a link to the troubleshooting guide on this device [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Pavilion_11_n010dx_Troubleshooting|click here|new_page=true][HP Pavilion 11 n010dx Troubleshooting|click here]].

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A simple solution to this would be to open up your device and use a compressed air can to spray out the fans for potential dust. If this solution does not work you may need to replace the heatsink to the processor. For a link to the troubleshooting guide on this device [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Pavilion_11_n010dx_Troubleshooting|click here|new_page=true]
A simple solution to this would be to open up your device and use a compressed air can to spray out the fans for potential dust. If this solution does not work you may need to replace the heatsink to the processor. For a link to the troubleshooting guide on this device [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Pavilion_11_n010dx_Troubleshooting|click here|new_page=true]

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A simple solution to this would be to open up your device and use a compressed air can to spray out the fans for potential dust. If this solution does not work you may need to replace the heatsink to the processor.

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