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How to Keep Your Electronic Devices Cool in Summer: Important Tips

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Avoid Direct Sunlight

Protect devices from overheating and damage by keeping them out of direct sunlight; if using outdoors, seek shaded areas or use sunshades for laptops and mobile devices.

 

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Maintain Adequate Ventilation

Keep your devices cool by letting air flow around them. Don't keep them in your pockets or on soft surfaces like pillows. Spread them out and don't stack them.

 

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Don’t Stack Them

Avoid stacking electronic devices to prevent excessive heat buildup; instead, space them out and use shelves to dissipate heat effectively and maintain optimal performance

 

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Keep It Clean

To prevent overheating, clean computer and gadget fans regularly with compressed air, removing dust and debris to maintain optimal airflow and prevent fan failure.

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Allow for Airflow

Ensure devices have 2-3 inches of space around them, clear vents, and no obstructions to maintain proper airflow, preventing overheating and ensuring optimal performance.

 

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Clean Dust and Debris

Prevent airflow blockages by cleaning device vents and fans with compressed air or a soft brush. For assistance, use the OneDios app to connect with service experts.


 

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In Case of Emergency, Shut Down

If a gadget overheats in summer, power it off, disconnect, let it cool till the casing isn't hot, avoid stacking, ensure airflow for optimal functioning.

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