Unscrew the 7 6.4mm T5 Torx screws from back panel Use spudger to separate front and back panels Use spudger to separate front and back panels
  • Unscrew the 7 6.4mm T5 Torx screws from back panel

  • Use spudger to separate front and back panels

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The green grill is not screwed in so it can be pulled right out. The green grill is not screwed in so it can be pulled right out.
  • The green grill is not screwed in so it can be pulled right out.

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Deck the Halls
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Remove the 6 6.5mm T5 Torx screws. Remove power wires. Peel back copper tape and remove black and white wires.
  • Remove the 6 6.5mm T5 Torx screws.

  • Remove power wires.

  • Peel back copper tape and remove black and white wires.

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Once all cables are removed, pull the battery apparatus out.
  • Once all cables are removed, pull the battery apparatus out.

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Cooling is important for electronics, the last thing they want is to overheat. Remove the two 7.3mm and four 8.4mm T5 Torx screws and remove the power cable. Once the screws and cable are removed, the fan can lift free
  • Cooling is important for electronics, the last thing they want is to overheat.

  • Remove the two 7.3mm and four 8.4mm T5 Torx screws and remove the power cable.

  • Once the screws and cable are removed, the fan can lift free

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The large board under everything is the logic board. Removing this requires unscrewing 6 screws, 2 7.3mm T5 Torx and 4 8.4mm T5 Torx located around the edges of the logic board, which should have already been taken out when removing the fan. Once all the screws are gone, be careful with the ports on top of the logic board. Gently wiggling helps.
  • The large board under everything is the logic board.

  • Removing this requires unscrewing 6 screws, 2 7.3mm T5 Torx and 4 8.4mm T5 Torx located around the edges of the logic board, which should have already been taken out when removing the fan.

  • Once all the screws are gone, be careful with the ports on top of the logic board. Gently wiggling helps.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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