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Modem Getting Hot..?

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Well I hope this is in the right section if not please move it. Anyways My Modem Gnet ADSL is getting hot. Its about 30c outside but inside only about 20c. Even when its 10c its still pretty hot.. Now the only way I can cool down is turn it off.So I was just wondering if I should just leave hot or do something to make it cool down. Anyways if you could leave a tip on how to make it cooler or something please post. Thanks

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01-Blue_Fire [Modem is getting Hot]
19th June 2006

Blue_Fire – Welcome to – Geeks to Go –

Here are some links to GenTek – If you can give me the – Model & Part Number – I may be able to research more info for you -

How does it receive its power – From a Power Adapter – What does the Power Requirements say – This will probably be located on the – Underside – of the device – What country did you purchase the Modem from – And what country are you now using the modem –

If you are using the Modem in the USA – Input Power is – [120 VAC / 60 Hz] –

GenTek Modem -

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