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Die Neuauflage des Apple 13" MacBook Air von April 2014 wurde mit Dual-Core i5 und i7 Prozessoren aufgefrischt. Die Akkulaufzeit wurde etwas verbessert.

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Issues removing screws in my mac.

I have a late 2014 MacBook Air, I need to change the battery so I purchased both the p5 and t5 screwdrivers. I have only been able to remove one of the screws. The screwdrivers aren't working. Help !

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I read somewhere that Apple uses Loctite on their pentalobe screws. I researched what would melt Loctite and the answer was HEAT. So I carefully heated the pentalobe screws with the nozzle of a glue gun (without the glue, of course), and after a couple of minutes, we could screw the screws right out. This answer is for unscrewing pentalobe screws in general. For the guy with the screw with the stripped head, heat the screw and then use a pentalobe screwdriver (TS4 1.2mm or 1.4 mm) or a #00 or #000 phillips screwdriver to remove it. Hope this helps.

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The Pentalobe 5 should be it: https://www.ifixit.com/Tools/MacBook-Air...

Please give us the last four figures of your serial number.

Here's how to do it:

MacBook Air 13" Anfang 2014 Akku austauschen

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I have already checked the how to guide. I was able to take out one screw with the p5 but the other screws are not moving at all.

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I read somewhere that Apple uses Loctite on their pentalobe screws. I researched what would melt Loctite and the answer was HEAT. So I carefully heated the pentalobe screws with the nozzle of a glue gun (without the glue, of course), and after a couple of minutes, we could screw the screws right out. This answer is for unscrewing pentalobe screws in general. For the guy with the screw with the stripped head, heat the screw and then use a pentalobe screwdriver (TS4 1.2mm or 1.4 mm) or a #00 or #000 phillips screwdriver to remove it. Hope this helps.

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