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Is the power supply supposet to get that hot? :eek:
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Is the power supply supposet to get that hot? :eek:
Mine gets pretty hot while charging, but I guess it depends upon your definition of "that" hot.

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apple laptops generally get very hot, especially if its on for an extended period of time while running intense apps nonstop, another reason why itll be years before we see a g5 powerbook or ibook
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Yah, as it's charging the thing can hard boil an egg but once it's charged it's just luke. Just figured that one out once it was charged.
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