I had to solve interesting problem when reassembling: there are two neodym magnets at both front corners. Those neodyms consists from two components: one larger is a part of the bezel and another smaller sits freely in their nests in the bottom plastic backs, but when you lift the bezel, you will find them clipped to their bigger brothers.
My problem was that the left smaller magnet wasn’t able to stay at the correct position - it tended to stay cca 3 mm further in direction of, touchpad so it wasn’t able to “sit to it’s nest” when reassembling the bezel and there stayed a gap between backs and the bezel near to the power button, where that left magnet is. After a few unpatient experiments I used a piece of double sided adhesive tape, which keeps the smaller magnet in it’s place and solved this strange problem perfectly.
1) If your Yoga 13 is some of newer versions, then you can stop at previous step and swap the SSD, because the battery does not covering the SSD.
2) If you want to swap the SSD just to extend the storage, you don’t have to swap them - if you take a look at the following picture for step 11, you can see a place for second SSD at the upper right corner (near to the power connector). I added another 500 GB mSata SSD and it’s working with no problem (after you enter the boot menu via F2 during boot - save&exit makes new SSD visible).
If you find it too tighten (especially for Torxes), press the body near the screw with thumb and index finger - it should help.
BTW if you take a look at the upper right corner, you can see second SSD slot. So if you’re ok with fact that the original SSD stays where is it, you can just insert your new SSD card here and put everything back. It’s proven that the second slot works perfectly (for example, see here: https://youtu.be/At-Br20OAvg). It also neams that you don’t have to disconnect and remove the battery - actually it all ends on the step 9 (but the picture of that step is taken before the bezel is removed so I’m describing it here, where it’s clearly visible).
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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