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If the heat sink in your HP Pavilion x360 11m-ad013dx has stopped working or is in need of replacement, use this guide to replace it. For more information on a malfunctioning heat sink, see our troubleshooting page HP Pavilion x360 11m-ad013dx Troubleshooting. The heat sink performs the same actions as a cooling fan in a PC, but is sleeker and lighter in weight to improve the laptop’s design.

  1. Lay the HP Pavilion top-down with the front edge facing towards you.
    • Lay the HP Pavilion top-down with the front edge facing towards you.

  2. Remove the three 4.8mm Phillips #0 screws from the front side.
    • Remove the three 4.8mm Phillips #0 screws from the front side.

  3. Using a plastic spudger, remove the grey silicon strip closest to the back-side. Using a plastic spudger, remove the grey silicon strip closest to the back-side.
    • Using a plastic spudger, remove the grey silicon strip closest to the back-side.

  4. Remove the three 5.7mm Phillips #1 screws.
    • Remove the three 5.7mm Phillips #1 screws.

  5. Open the HP Pavilion so that the screen is showing. Then tilt it down so that the screen is on its back, facing up. Using a spudger, pry off the black keyboard panel.
    • Open the HP Pavilion so that the screen is showing. Then tilt it down so that the screen is on its back, facing up.

    • Using a spudger, pry off the black keyboard panel.

    • This step requires force to unclasp the latches keeping the keyboard in place.

  6. Using your fingernail, disconnect the zero insertion force (ZIF) keyboard connector cable by flipping up the small locking flap. You may disconnect the other end of the cable, for ease of access to other parts. Keep in mind that the end labeled MB connects to the motherboard.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the zero insertion force (ZIF) keyboard connector cable by flipping up the small locking flap.

    • You may disconnect the other end of the cable, for ease of access to other parts. Keep in mind that the end labeled MB connects to the motherboard.

  7. Using your fingernail, disconnect the zero insertion force (ZIF) connector for the touch pad cable by flipping up the small locking flap. Using your fingernail, disconnect the zero insertion force (ZIF) connector for the touch pad cable by flipping up the small locking flap.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the zero insertion force (ZIF) connector for the touch pad cable by flipping up the small locking flap.

  8. Remove the keyboard.
    • Remove the keyboard.

  9. Remove the five 4.6mm Phillips #1 screws located around the battery.
    • Remove the five 4.6mm Phillips #1 screws located around the battery.

  10. Using a spudger for assistance, lift up the right edge of the battery. Remove the battery.
    • Using a spudger for assistance, lift up the right edge of the battery.

    • Remove the battery.

  11. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) hard drive cable by flipping up the small locking flap. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) hard drive cable by flipping up the small locking flap.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) hard drive cable by flipping up the small locking flap.

  12. With your fingernails, disconnect the speaker cable from the motherboard by pulling back on the connector. Do not directly pull on the wires, as this can damage the connector.
    • With your fingernails, disconnect the speaker cable from the motherboard by pulling back on the connector.

    • Do not directly pull on the wires, as this can damage the connector.

  13. Lift the speaker cable from its retention chamber. Lift the speaker cable from its retention chamber.
    • Lift the speaker cable from its retention chamber.

  14. Remove the four 6.2mm Phillips #1 screws around the speakers.
    • Remove the four 6.2mm Phillips #1 screws around the speakers.

  15. Remove the speakers.
    • Remove the speakers.

  16. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) power button connector cable from  the  motherboard. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) power button connector cable from  the  motherboard.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF (zero insertion force) power button connector cable from the motherboard.

  17. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display panel connector cable from the motherboard. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display panel connector cable from the motherboard.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display panel connector cable from the motherboard.

  18. Disconnect the two WLAN antenna cables by sliding under the cable with a spudger, then lifting straight up. The black labeled cable inserts into the "A" connection. The white labeled cable inserts into the "B" connection. The black labeled cable inserts into the "A" connection. The white labeled cable inserts into the "B" connection.
    • Disconnect the two WLAN antenna cables by sliding under the cable with a spudger, then lifting straight up.

    • The black labeled cable inserts into the "A" connection. The white labeled cable inserts into the "B" connection.

  19. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display touch screen connector cable from the motherboard. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display touch screen connector cable from the motherboard. Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display touch screen connector cable from the motherboard.
    • Using your fingernail, disconnect the ZIF display touch screen connector cable from the motherboard.

  20. Using your fingernails, disconnect the power connector cable by pulling straight out. Do not directly pull the wires, as this can damage the connector. Instead, pull on the white, plastic part of the connector.
    • Using your fingernails, disconnect the power connector cable by pulling straight out.

    • Do not directly pull the wires, as this can damage the connector. Instead, pull on the white, plastic part of the connector.

  21. Remove the eleven 4.6 mm Phillips #1 screws from around the motherboard.
    • Remove the eleven 4.6 mm Phillips #1 screws from around the motherboard.

  22. Remove the one 2.2 mm Phillips #1 broad head screw in the WLAN module.
    • Remove the one 2.2 mm Phillips #1 broad head screw in the WLAN module.

  23. Lift the motherboard up on the right side. Then, gently pull the motherboard straight out to the right.
    • Lift the motherboard up on the right side. Then, gently pull the motherboard straight out to the right.

  24. Flip the motherboard over towards you. Flip the motherboard over towards you. Flip the motherboard over towards you.
    • Flip the motherboard over towards you.

  25. Loosen the four captive Phillips #1 screws. Do not attempt to remove the captive screws; only loosen them. Flip the heat sink up.
    • Loosen the four captive Phillips #1 screws.

    • Do not attempt to remove the captive screws; only loosen them.

    • Flip the heat sink up.

  26. Using a tissue or paper towel, clean thermal paste off the heat sink and processor.
    • Using a tissue or paper towel, clean thermal paste off the heat sink and processor.

    • New thermal paste, along with instructions for how to apply the paste, is provided with the purchased replacement heat sink.

  27. Remove the black electric tape attached to the shell of the memory module. Remove the black electric tape attached to the shell of the memory module.
    • Remove the black electric tape attached to the shell of the memory module.

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To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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