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If the defect was with the sensor itself, since it's on the Logic Board, you cant easily replace it and you surely can't fool it. Depending on how the temp sensor has failed, an increased airflow through the system might give you a little bit of extra time..but you'd have to see the teardown of this year iMac to see if it is even possible to direct the airflow in a manner to make a difference..

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