removing the chin strap (the front bit of metal running along the bottom of where the screen was) makes this much easier as you can rotate the board and get to the underside
easier to remove the speakers if you unscrew the front ‘chin strap’ - 6/9 phillips screws that you can see in the picture hold that aluminum piece in place
make sure you’ve actually unplugged the mac when running this cable, and not had it plugged in to test the diagnostic LEDs, because one of those wee silver spots is carrying 230v, and its 6mm away from the place the cable runs, So if you have fat fingers like mine, that’s a free wake up zap
@john - there’s a slot on the back of the motherboard for a storage stick. fancy
yes. the tool can’t go too deep
fecking psu, live pin right next to the gap where the speaker wire goes. Got myself today. bbzzzzap
what does led 2 on, but no chime mean?
would love to know temperature allowances/tolerances here. how hot is too hot? What temp does the adhesive relax at?
how do you get the darned plastic bracket off?