If you just have sticky keys because of a liquid accident, instead of trying to open it and possibly ruin it in the process, you could also try to flush it with IPA (Isopropylalcohol). You could construct a basin with alu foil if you do not have anything that fits the keyboard. Put the keys upside down and flush it a few minutes 2-3 times with 1/4 litres of IPA and help to get the liquid in and out by moving and pressing the keys..
Do not worry, the liquid will completely vaporise in 10 minuten max. DO worry about your health and only do this in a very well ventilated place without ANY possible risk of fire! NO SMOKING OR SPARKS! If available, wear rubber gloves, although temporary exposure cannot cause big harm but some people are sensitive so be aware of this.
After the flush, help to get the liquid out by swinging it out in a place where the bits of IPA that come out cannot cause any stains. Evaporation goes very quickly anyway. Best of luck and a very good chance you will repair your keyboard this way.
I think it is best to have a good look to see if all this bending is really necessary. It was definitely not with my set of SSD drives (2) and cables. It was a perfect fit already, the only thing what was good to do is to remove the paper protector from the self-adhesive material so that the cable of the second drive cold be fastened to that drive to prevent rattling if vibrations occur.
When getting it back on during reassembly, your spudger is your best friend.
Do this when the logic board assembly is not completely inserted back in again.
Better to remove the 3rd bolt here, making it easier to remove the fan. It needs to be removed anyway in step 14.
That s why it is easier to leave it on the logic board at all times
There is no need to remove it.
Carefully let it follow the logic board assembly when you take that it out completely in the nex steps.
The best way is to first remove the logic board already 0.5 cm out, like discribed in the next steps. Look closely at the wires, they tell you how far you can go! Then take a cotton swab, cut off the cotton ends ending witha plastic stick, bend the end to get it easily under the wires. Take both ends and pull it carefully when it is as close as possible to the connector. The connector then comes off in one piece.
The best way is to first remove the logic board already 0.5 cm out, like discribed in the next steps. Look closely at the wires, they tell you how far you can go! Then take a cotton swab, cut off the cotton ends ending witha plastic stick, bend the end to get it easily under the wires and pull it carefully upwards. The connector then comes off in one piece.