1. The screen assembly I am using in this tutorial arrived encased in foam, bubble wrap and styrophome. Quite a pleasure to unpack.
    • The screen assembly I am using in this tutorial arrived encased in foam, bubble wrap and styrophome. Quite a pleasure to unpack.

  2. With the size of some of  the screws I found it a bit of a challenge to determine the screw head size. I hope the pictures help. This pic shows that I use P2,P3,T3,T4 and T8 bits.
    • With the size of some of the screws I found it a bit of a challenge to determine the screw head size. I hope the pictures help. This pic shows that I use P2,P3,T3,T4 and T8 bits.

    • Start with removing the 4 corner screw and the two center screws from around the bottom pannel. **NOTE the screws next to the hinge are a different length (longer) that the two at the other two corners, and the two center screws are the shortest. so keep that in mind when putting your MacBook back together.

    • There are a few clips holding the bottom in place so after removing the screws I used a suction cup and pulled the back off. This took a but more force that seems good but I found it safer then using a splugger around the edges.

    • Now comes the hinge screws. actually for the next few steps it probably does not matter what order you remove the screws. But I did the hinges next. These require a T8 diver.

    • I forgot to get a picture of the hinge caps that will need to be removed first these required a P3 driver. and the screws are very tiny. Once these screws were removed you can pry off the hinge caps and access the hinges.

    • Remove the video cable cover. and using a plastic splugger disconnect the video cable.

    • Insert wisdom here.

    • OK doing good so far? Here is a fun step. Using the P2 remove all the little screws on both sides as highlighted in the picture.

    • Remove these screws next and note the screws on the outside (right in this picture) are a little longer than the center screws. there are two sets of these to do either side of center. Using a T4 driver

    • OK under the wider cables we detached there are two cables (one left and one right) that have hinges on them those now also need to be detached.

    • Time to wiggle all the cables out from under the vent bar we detached (the one with all the tiny screws).

    • Once this is done you can remove the screen assembly from the bottom kit.

    • And there it is. Not too back total repair time for me in about 10-15 minutes. But then I have a hard time with the tiny screws.

    • Just reverse the steps and you should be good to go.

まとめ

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

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