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iBook - Cleaning internals?


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Hello,

I have about a year and a half old iBook G4. I live in a dorm 8 months of the year, and my house has lots of cat hair in it. I have never cleaned the internals of my iBook and I was wondering if there are any methods I could use to clean the insides out...... I'm sure there is some hair and debris obstructing the airflow cooling.

Anyone have any tips?
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