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Originally Posted by Epitope View Post
If you take the laptop apart carefully and apply the TIM carefully there honestly is no way they could ever know you did anything. Unless some eagle eyed tech is going to notice that you didn't use the factory brand of TIM... I highly doubt you will actually void your warranty if you know what you are doing.
Alot of laptops have their heatsinks sealed with a warranty sticker that breaks when its removed. I would assume the service center removes it and places a new one on. Plus they have no right to charge him a second time, as they caused this problem and more likely then not it will take 30 seconds to fix and just a drop of tim.
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Originally Posted by s-x View Post
Alot of laptops have their heatsinks sealed with a warranty sticker that breaks when its removed. I would assume the service center removes it and places a new one on. Plus they have no right to charge him a second time, as they caused this problem and more likely then not it will take 30 seconds to fix and just a drop of tim.
rung them up the agreed to look at it it would be free of charge simply because i have insurance with currys that allows unlimited repairs e.c.t for £10 every 3 months lol, just bought a toshiba L505D and thats idleing at 90-98 on the mobo and 89 on core one and 88 on core 2 so defo gonna sort that heatsink out tomoz fan sounds shot horrible buzzing noises bbut for £30 aint complaining for a whole laptop
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