TOSHIBA SATELLITE A35
Fixing overheating problem

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Fixing Toshiba Satellite A35 laptop overheating problem. How to remove and clean CPU cooling fan and heatsink.

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Remove keyboard strip

STEP 1

Remove the battery.
Remove two screws securing the laptop cpu cooling module.

   
Replace keyboard

STEP 2

Lift off the foil, covering the cooling module.

   
Take apart laptop

STEP 3

Remove four screws securing the CPU heatsink.
Follow the numbers on the heatsink.

   
Remove laptop keyboard

STEP 4

Lift the heatsink off the CPU. Wiggle the heatsink to separate if from the processor. Very often CPU comes out with the heatsink. Be careful not to damage CPU pins.

   
Remove laptop fan

STEP 5

The CPU heatsink is completely clogged with lint. Using compressed air, blow out lint from the heatsink and the CPU fans.

   
Remove notebook fan

STEP 6

Clean the old grease off the processor and the heatsink.
Apply new grease on the CPU and assemble the laptop.

 

   
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