オリジナル投稿者： Richard McKenna ,
The keyboard zif socket can be replaced but requires a bga/smt soldering station to perform the work. It is not a simple task even with the proper tools as the zif socket is normally plastic housing and there is always a risk of melting it if temperatures are not moderated around 220-240 degrees Celsius which is the melting point of the solder. The problem with corroded components especially delicate connections like zif sockets and lvds or data cable connections is if the pads on the board that you are attempting the replacement are also corroded. If they are missing pads, the repair can be next to impossible to perform. Replacement zif connectors are not impossible to find. Do a bay search or google with the appropriate model and you will likely find something. With Apple, there is a large series which all use the same/identical connector which you can order new from China for about $10.00 including shipping. Try what the other guys are recommending first by using electronic cleaners and let the board dry first before reconnecting the keyboard and attempting power up.