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[* black] We don't run into any surprises here; the heat sink remains much the same as its predecessor from 2015.
[* black] We take a moment to pluck[product|IF145-060-2|pluck|new_window=true] a familiar pair of presumed power posts from the body of the heat sink.
[* black] We take a moment to pluck[product|IF145-060-2|pluck|new_window=true] a familiar pair of presumed power posts from the body of the heat sink.
[* icon_note] During our [guide|49046|Apple TV 4th Generation Teardown|stepid=107487|new_window=true], we suspected that power was transmitted to the logic board via the heat sink screw posts. It looks like this is still the case with Apple TV 4K.
[* black] With the heatsink and posts out of the way, the only thing left to do is remove the power supply board.