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[* red] Remove the three 8.4 mm #1 Phillips screws securing the heat sink to the logic board.
-[* icon_note] Don't lose the springs held under each of the screws.
+[* icon_reminder] Don't lose the springs held under each of the screws.
[* black] Carefully remove the heat sink from the processor.
[* icon_note] If the heat sink seems to be stuck, it may be helpful to gently pry it off the processor with a plastic spudger. Be careful not to break any surface mount components on the processor while prying.
[* icon_caution] Be sure to clean off the old thermal paste and apply a new layer before you reinstall the heat sink. We have a [guide|744|guide] that makes it easy.