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hi guys, was setting up my mates computer (he not comp-wise), had everything connected and found out the board was DOA so got a nice RMA on the board and it turns up tomorrow, but now i have a problem (i think) to remove the Tuniq from the motherboard i had to almost cut all of the sticky foam from the backplate, now the backplate has no sticky foam .... is it ok to reapply the Tuniq and the backplate with no sticky foam ... if not anyone know were i can get hold of some stickies to go on the backplate

thanks for any help on this
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I remember seeing a post like this fairly recently. I think someone suggested that 3M Double-sided tape would work just as well. Just trim it with a razor knife to the correct dimensions before peeling the backings off.
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it's necessary, yes. the paint on it is non-conductive but the stick pad helps. also it's needed to hold on the backplate since gravity has a nice tendency not to cooperate when ur putting the TT on, lol. like [pi] said jstu use some 3m dbl sided tape/foam...
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cheers guys this is v.helpful just need to nip down t othe uk version of home depot
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