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Follow this guide in reverse until you reach step 2 to remove the Einsy board: Mini 2 Final Electrical Assembly
Rub and/or peel the old thermal gap filler off of the Einsy board, heat sink, and left frame plate using your fingers.
Ensure the area is free of dust/debris; blow off with compressed air if available.
Place the heat sink frame over the section of bare metal in the Einsy mounting area, as pictured.
Remove one pre-cut strip of Thermal Gap Filler from the bag.
Carefully apply one of the pre-cut Thermal Gap Fillers to the heat sink, completely covering one face.
Place the heat sink into the 3D printed heat sink frame with the thermal compound facing down.
Press the heat sink firmly and evenly.
Remove another pre-cut strip of Thermal Gap Filler from the bag.
Apply the second pre-cut thermal compound to the remaining side of the heat sink, ensuring that the thermal gap filler covers the exposed metal of the heat sink entirely.
That's it! Proceed to re-assembly beginning with step 3 here: Mini 2 Final Electrical
Perform a test print once everything has been reassembled.
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