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orlando gk

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Greetings Geeks members. I don't think we need MIT graduates to help me out, so my question is my laptop is fine. So that is not any question there, but the device I use to get to the internet, that gets quite warm. And I thought that I should no the answer regarding, why broadbands get warm. Or my broadband in particular, warms up. Like I said, my lap... it does not get warm. Only my broadband. The U600 by sprint is my device.

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Most routers and modems get hot during use. That's normal behaviour. That's why they have ventilation holes all over them.
Providing it's not hot to the touch and you can hold it, it's usually okay. If it catches fire, then that's not good.
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Lets get the word to neil, he has supplied 1 member on the east coast w/some correct info.So neil I will accept your comments on a warm U600. thanks Orlando in NJ
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