This will work and well I would say it's not necessarily the best way it would get it done.
Be careful when cutting the old battery make sure you don't have a short on the ribbon cable to short out the new battery.
Then the pads should just overlay the old ones.
I hope this isn't from a repair shop and that it's just somebody who's done this to their own device.
Extremely helpful, would that be a micro pall worth of flux? Or some other Rosman repair measurement?
I don't know If you guys are still looking for one but I am suddenly finding myself in this predicament and I ran across a YouTube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Amg5w0rl...
LoL, VVS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt9zSfin...
I was also feeling brave enough to tackle my little problem, you see I have noticed for a while a crackling sound in my speakers and I am not one to crank it up to 11, so I assumed that something might have gotten in there between the grill and the speaker ( I also thought it would be neat to check out this whole speaker subwoofer assembly ). I also just recently noticed it earlier on the right side which is directly above the optical drive ( yes I still have one of those! ) so I figured it would be pretty easy to quickly get to and I was right. all went fine and dandy until I went to unplug the cable for the speaker………… Whereupon, I IMMEDIATELY RIPPED THE CONNECTOR OFF THE CIRCUIT BOARD!!!!!!!!! Now mind you I've been through this before and I certainly wasn't rushing it, I already knew which way the connector worked because I discovered them when I took the fans out to clean them...
I'm over 1024 characters and I'm not rewriting it, So your getting 4 comments! you'll see why!
So recently I switched from "smcFanControl" to "Macs Fan Control" ( because I wanted temperature controlled fan speeds ) and it has been running really well. so I thought that today was a good time ( 1:00 or 1AM ) to do some system maintenance on my MacBook Pro. And out came my trusty "iFixIt 54 bit driver Kit" and off went the bottom to dust everything out to prepare for the winter.