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    Regardless of the cause....take over-heating very seriously.

    It simply should not happen, and is typically caused by a defective power supply and/or battery. Either way - it needs to be repaired/replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUSFAN0001 View Post
    Regardless of the cause....take over-heating very seriously.

    It simply should not happen, and is typically caused by a defective power supply and/or battery. Either way - it needs to be repaired/replaced.
    I've contacted Asus. I'll see about getting it repaired.

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    Uh oh! Mine also overheated on Sunday night. Without any warning it got incredibly hot in the bottom RHS, and also along the bottom of the LHS (there was more heat on the RHS). And then it died.

    I purchased mine in June from Amazon, with keyboard. At the time the keyboard was not attached. It was not plugged in and (from memory) still had 80% charge. I had noticed it had started to drain the battery a little quicker than normal, but had put it down to more e-book reading.

    So it went really hot, then died. An attempted recharge did not help.

    Mine has gone to the Asus service centre in Sydney Australia. Let's see what they make of this!

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    I would also like to add that there was no other damage, and it has never been dropped and always carried in a laptop bag in it's own dedicated protective sleeve.

    One thing just dawned on me, I didn't photograph it prior to sending it to Asus - bugger! I hope they look after it.

    I did get postal insurance

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    So to wrap this up...

    It took two and a half weeks to get my TF101 back home. I had no issues with Asus Australia or dingo Tech (who completed the repair). My issue was the battery and overheating, but they also fixed the LHS speaker and replaced the screen as they decided both were not performing to their standard.

    So now with ICS I am a very happy little vegemite .

 

 
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