I have owned my PlayStation 4 console for around 8 months now and have yet to have over heating issues, but I want to get opinions from others. My console is turned on for at least 12, if not more, hours throughout a day, everyday. I have yet to have an overheating problem with my console, but I always get a burning plastic smell from my console, and it is extremely hot near the back right of the console. The console lays down with around a foot of space on all four sides of the console. The table that it sits on is extremely hot to the touch, but not hot enough I can't leave my hand there. I use q-tips and cans of air to clean the vents out at least once a week to ensure that the console is breathing properly. I do not feel any heat coming from the side vents of the console, just the back right of the console where the power cord is plugged into. The amount of hot air pouring out of the vent has me extremely worried. The air makes the top of the system near the back right hot, the table, and the wires. When I turn my system off, rather standby mode, I will ocassionally get three beeps. The system always powers back on perfectly fine as if it never happened. Now that I have explained all of that, hopefully you can answer these questions: 1. Are the beeps that occur when going into standby mode anything to worry about? 2. Is my consoles level of heat normal for most owners? 3. Is there a way to monitor the temperature of the console, and if possible, what is the normal operating temperature of a PlayStation 4 console? 4. What should I do if the console is getting to hot, or hotter than the normal user's console?