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  1. Thoroughly clean the original thermal film from the mating surfaces (circled below) of the bottom housing and thermal pipe. Use a plastic stylus to scrape the surfaces clean. Note: Do not use an abrasive material or liquid cleaner.
  2. Note: Do not use an abrasive material or liquid cleaner.
  1. Squeeze a thin film of thermal paste onto the thermal pipe. Spread the paste evenly.
  2. Replace the bottom housing. Warning: The bottom housing has four torx screws that must be tightened to at least 17 in.-lbs. If you do not have a torque driver, you will have to make sure these screws are tightened by hand FIRMLY, BUT NOT FORCIBLY. Or, purchase the service tool (076-0899) in order to ensure the thermal pipe is firmly mated with the top base. If the bottom housing is not securely attached to the base in this fashion, the CPU may overheat and become damaged.

Important: Diagnostic service cables allow the unit to run while the bottom housing is open (as shown above). However, the computer cannot run for more than five minutes with the bottom housing open. If it is open longer, the CPU may overheat and become damaged.

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