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Notebook fan exhaust blowing at screen

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15-ec2xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello. I recently bought a new laptop in the HP pavilion gaming series. However, after a few days, it appears that the exhaust from the internal fans is exhausting the warm air right above the speakers. This does cause the warm air to linger at the bottom of the screen, and the housing below the screen. I would like to know if this could hurt the screen in the long (or short) term.
The estimated temperature coming from the exhaust is usually between 34-46 degrees celcius, with heavy load (gaming).

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@shorewatcher 

 

Airflow should be come from bottom and out at its rear. Please do not block those areas.

 

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BH
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