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I have a Creation Station that’s a few months old, and it started shutting down. What’s happening?

The Creation Station’s fans may be geting a little too dusty. The fans in computers tend to pull air through with a small amount of force to enable proper cooling. If there are dust particles present, they can build up on the fan blades, preventing them from properly dissipating heat. To clean off the fans (and the rest of the PC), you can purchase a can of compressed air from a local hardware or computer store and use it to blow all of the dust off of the Creation Station’s components. Make sure you are in a well-ventilated arear, preferrably outdoors, so the dust does not re-enter the Creation Station or get in your eyes or mouth.

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