Remove a heat sink Torx T30 nut
This task has instructions for removing a PEEK (Polyether ether ketone) Torx T30 nut on the heat sink.
About this task
Read Installation guidelines to ensure that you work safely.
Power off the server and disconnect all power cords for this task.
Prevent exposure to static electricity, which might lead to system halt and loss of data, by keeping static-sensitive components in their static-protective packages until installation, and handling these devices with an electrostatic-discharge wrist strap or other grounding system.
If the server is in a rack, remove it from the rack.
If foot stands are installed on the server, rotate them inwards and lay the server on its side for easier operation.
Do not touch the processor contacts. Contaminants on the processor contacts, such as oil from your skin, can cause connection failures.
- Make preparations for this task.
- Remove the hot-swap redundant power supply. See Remove a hot-swap power supply.
- Remove the server cover. See Remove the server cover.
- Remove all the flash power modules. See Remove a flash power module.
- Remove the air baffle. See Remove the air baffle.
- Remove the PHM. See Remove a processor and heat sink.
- Remove the Torx T30 nut.Figure 1. Removing a Torx T30 nut from the heat sinkNoteDo not touch the gold contacts on the bottom of the processor.
- Rotate the anti-tilt wire bail inwards.
- Push the upper edge of the Torx T30 nut towards the center of the heat sink until it disengages.
- Remove the Torx T30 nut.AttentionVisually inspect the removed Torx T30 nut, if the nut is cracked or damaged, make sure no debris or broken pieces are left inside your server.