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[* black]icon_note] If you have the original version of the MacBook Air (A1237), refer to picture 1. Remove the following screws securing the heat sink to the logic board:
[* black]icon_note] If you have the original version of the MacBook Air (A1237), refer to picture 1. Remove the following screws securing the heat sink to the logic board:
[* red] One 5.9 mm Phillips screw.
[* orange] Two 1.9 mm Phillips screws.
[* [* yellow] Remove theOne 1.9 mm Phillips screw securing the processor clamp to the heat sinkscrew.
[* icon_note] If you have the A1304 version of MacBook Air, your heatsink will look different and will be a separate piece fromrefer to picture 2. Remove the fan. There are 3 morefollowing screws to remove before the heatsink will be free:
[* black] One on the top middle of
securing the heat sink to the logic board:
[* blackred] One on the top left near the fan5.0 mm Phillips screw
[* orange] Five 1.9 mm Philips screws.

[* blackyellow] One on the bottom left near the fan2.5 mm Phillips screw.
[* [* yellow] Remove theOne 1.9 mm Phillips screw securing the processor clamp to the heat sinkscrew.
[* icon_note] If you have the A1304 version of MacBook Air, your heatsink will look different and will be a separate piece fromrefer to picture 2. Remove the fan. There are 3 morefollowing screws to remove before the heatsink will be free:
[* black] One on the top middle of
securing the heat sink to the logic board:
[* blackred] One on the top left near the fan5.0 mm Phillips screw
[* orange] Five 1.9 mm Philips screws.

[* blackyellow] One on the bottom left near the fan2.5 mm Phillips screw.

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