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That's a new one - got a link? Certainly, dust inside the case is bad because it acts like a heat trapping blanket. And rapidly moving dust particles banging into each other and other things can create static. But I don't see moving dust inside a case causing static because all the parts are tied to a common ground - thus preventing a difference of potential (static buildup).
Sometimes, dusty interior may cause some static and that may trigger the alarm
Not unless physically damaged. Any computer shop will have jumpers laying around.
Do jumpers go bad by any chance?
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