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Disassembling an iMac in order to blow it out or clean it out is not for the faint of heart. Just about any maintenance that needs to be done on the inside first requires the display to be removed. You can find some very good instructional videos on U-Tube which will lead you step by step on how to remove the display to get at the innards of an iMac. Use the Google search function to find them.

I would suggest for now (unless you want to disassemble your iMac) that you use the compressed canned air method to blow dust from around the exhaust areas.

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