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  1. Turn off the computer. Before each operation it is important to start with the removal of the accumulator. Take the slide unlocked into position, remove the battery.
    • Turn off the computer.

    • Before each operation it is important to start with the removal of the accumulator.

    • Take the slide unlocked into position, remove the battery.

  2. Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover. Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.
    • Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.

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  4. Push the screwdriver a few millimeters under the cover so that it can be touched with your fingers. Now lift the cover carefully. Attention! Disconnect the ventillator cable so that the cover can be completely removed (see next step).
    • Push the screwdriver a few millimeters under the cover so that it can be touched with your fingers.

    • Now lift the cover carefully.

    • Attention! Disconnect the ventillator cable so that the cover can be completely removed (see next step).

  5. Since the ventillator is mounted under the cover, its power supply cable must first be disconnected so that the cover can then be completely removed.
    • Since the ventillator is mounted under the cover, its power supply cable must first be disconnected so that the cover can then be completely removed.

  6. Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the 3 mounting screws of the processor heat sink. Note position of marker triangle as this will determine the positioning of the processor during replacement. Unlock the coupling system of the processor with a classic screwdriver.
    • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the 3 mounting screws of the processor heat sink.

    • Note position of marker triangle as this will determine the positioning of the processor during replacement.

    • Unlock the coupling system of the processor with a classic screwdriver.

    • Make sure that you do not remove the heat-dissipating paste between the processor and the heat sink, as this is the only way to ensure that the processor is properly cooled.

  7. Carefully disconnect the processor from its holder. Now place the processor aside, taking into account the position of the triangle. Now place the processor aside, taking into account the position of the triangle.
    • Carefully disconnect the processor from its holder.

    • Now place the processor aside, taking into account the position of the triangle.

Conclusion

For reassembly, follow the instructions in the reverse order

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