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Overheating charger and OMEN by HP 15 laptop

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OMEN by HP 15-dc1044na
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Hi, I bought my laptop, not more than a year ago and within the first month I was playing games like PUGB, Dota 2 and LOL on generally high settings.  Not long after I notice its charger being incredibly hot and my laptop now goes well over 90 C on games. So I decided to play on low graphics and buy a cooling pad after but not much has changed. It goes around 80 C  when I'm browsing on Chrome. 

A couple of nights ago I jolted when my leg rested against the charger and I noticed a tiny burn mark today.  I don't think that's normal. Or is it? It is still covered by a manufacturers warranty (1 month left). Please advice.

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