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Notebook becomes extremely hot while working on it though i m keeping it on flat table surface while

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My three year old HP pavilliob G4-1215dx notebook pc becomes extremely hot while working on it though i m keeping it on flat table surface while using and there is nothing else to obstruct the exaust fan area. I find it very unusual as its really hot to the extent that you can't even keep it on your lap.

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Hi @Mastana,

 

Welcome to the HP Forum! 🙂  Thank you for becoming a HP Forum member. It is a dynamite location to get help from the community, get suggestions and find what has worked for others. For you have the best experience, here is a link for you to review, should you have any concerns: First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More

 

I understand that your notebook becomes very hot. You have it on a flat surface and the air vents are unobstructed. Here is a link to  HP Notebook PCs - Reducing Heat Inside the Laptop to Prevent Overheating that should help you to overcome this issue. Please let me know the outcome.

 

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Good solution,Thanks a lot. i tried to open laptop from back, but i could not.

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Hi @Mastana,

 

Thank you for the update.  HP  has been doing some maintenance on their website, which is likely why you were unable to access the links. You stated you were unable to open the back of the notebook. Here is a link to the HP G4 Notebook PC Maintenance and Service Guide.Chapter 4, page 41 has removal and replacement procedures, which should help you to open the notebook. 

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