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My experience is as follows:

# Disconnect the fan (they spin and generate power but I always err on the side of caution)
# remove the fan(s).
# pull any hard grab-able debris with tweezers.
# then use a can of pressurized air to blow or a vaccum to pull the dusty bits.  Just remember the compressed air will blow the dust all over.
# reverse the process…. but before I do this, I usually check heatsink (if easily removed) to insure the heatsink compound isn’t hard.  DO NOT DO THIS if you don’t have replacement compund handy.

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