Thanks very much for a very clear set of instructions that made this much easier for me than your general difficulty rating suggested. My only hitch was stripping the head of one of the 5.2 mm Phillips screws holding the vent. I tried a few things but then gave up and decided to drill the head of the screw off. Unfortunately, I was not able to grip enough of the remaining screw head to remove it and replace it. I decided I would leave that for another day and simply reassembled everything. Perfect.
My Trackpad lost both right and left clicks and I had almost given up on it until I found this tutorial. This guide worked seamlessly to adjust the torx screw and restore my Trackpad’s clicks. I also agree regarding the tightness of the torx screw. Again, patience and steady strong pressure might be required. Excellent and much appreciated.
After reading these comments before following the steps to repair my Trackpad I have to assume the picture that apparently showed the back panel being pried from the wrong side has been replaced because this to me certainly shows the correct steps to remove the back panel of the Trackpad. This repair definitely requires patience and must not be rushed or likely a dead Trackpad will result. Once I pried a corner up enough to see in behind the back panel I used a very small, but long, flat screwdriver to carefully release the adhesive towards the center. I did this first from one side and left a pry tool holding that side open so the adhesive would not just re-stick, and then took the same steps on the opposite side. This resulted in the back panel lifting right off while leaving the CPU chip properly attached to the circuit board.
Sobald er das hat, wird er in der Lage sein, eine Grafik zu seiner im Laufe der Zeit erlangten Reputation zu sehen.
Hier ist eine Vorschau, wie die Grafik aussehen wird:
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