Laptop Overheating Problems
Does your laptop suffer from laptop overheating problems and shutdown at random…? Does it slow down during heavy operations…? Do you need to wait 10 minutes before you can start it up again…? These are all the symptoms of a laptop overheating problem in or around the cooling system of your laptop.
If your laptop is getting a bit too hot for comfort it might be time it had our…
Internal Valeting & CPU care Service
We will clean the laptop inside and out, increasing the unit’s life by eliminating the build up of dust and dirt that causes overheating failure.
What needs to be remembered is that a lot of the current laptops on the market today are running specifications that traditionally were reserved for desktops. Some even contain desktop CPU’s and a kick ass cooling system to match.
Main Reasons Why a Laptop, Netbook Will Get Too Hot Are:
An overheating laptop will usually turn itself off to prevent damage but even so, a laptop that is constantly getting too hot will be causing a lot of components inside to fail before their time is due!.
The cooling fan itself may have stopped working and needs to be replaced, therfore we can install a new cooling fan.
Cost of Laptop Cooling Fan Replacement:
|The cost of a new laptop cooling fan can vary depending on the laptop models but as a guide between £10 – £30, we always get the best quality replacements at a very good price.|
Laptop Cooling Fans 3 months Labour and 3 months Part Guarantee:
Rotherham Laptop Repair imports only high quality laptop Cooling fan. Your laptop cooling fan is guaranteed for 3 months of purchase from any manufacturing defects. Any accidental breaking of your laptop Cooling fan is not covered under this warranty.
A Technician will:
Total work time: 3 – 4 Hours including FREE health Check!
Prevent it from overheating in the first place
Although the term ‘laptop’ suggests using it on your lap, the design usually leaves the cooling vent blocked by your leg. If you like to use your laptop on your lap, try placing it on a tray first or even a book so the vent can allow a flow of air through the laptop.
Don’t place your laptop on the carpet or bed or any similar material, this is where the fluff and dust comes from to block the laptop’s processor cooler. Alternatively you use one of our recommended laptop cooling pad’s to keep your laptop nice and cool.