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Dust clogging fan in MacBook


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Dust is completely clogging the fan in my MacBook. I'm interested in any suggestions on cleaning it out. Is it safe to do myself, or better to take to a repair shop?
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Take the system apart and clean it yourself. Look on MacFixIt to gt info on how to disassemble the computer
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