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Milsa
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HPZ610 Howto open the right panel to installe 2nd CPU riser power input plug

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Hello i own a HP Z620 with 2 processors.
One of them is installed on a RISER card. And this one is alimented with an input plug, kown to melt easliy...

I bought a new one, and would like to install it...but can't open the right panel to install this  power input plug:'(

Please help me...i have been searching for 3 days now and still no help on the internet (the links provided on HP home videos are dead).

Thanks you

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wb2001
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@Milsa,

Does this help.  Text only. or this (similar model).

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You might also want to have a look at this HP Z820 teardown guide. It explains how to remove the RH side panel on the Z820 which I can't imagine being that dissimilar to the Z620 side panel removal.

 

https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/HP+Z820+Teardown/22396

 

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