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  1. For precautionary purposes, we advise that you disconnect the subwoofer connector from the logic board to avoid any electrical discharge. This step is optional and is not required.
    • For precautionary purposes, we advise that you disconnect the subwoofer connector from the logic board to avoid any electrical discharge. This step is optional and is not required.

    • Remove the soft padding that may be on top and gently pull the connector up out of its socket on the logic board.

    During this step, I accidentally ripped out the whole subwoofer connector from the logic board.. I tried taping it back with scotch tape, but it didn't work - my right speaker and subwoofer don't work anymore.. what are my options? Solder it back on?

    Archdelux - Antwoord

    It is not necessary to remove the camera cable connector (step 5) or the camera cable connector (step 10). Simply push the camera cable gently aside to remove one of the three screws securing the optical drive (step 11). Gently wiggle the optical drive from under the camera cable connector and go to step 12. Less chance of ruining your motherboard!

    tomhart - Antwoord

    Absolutely. Leave it alone, you don’t need to run the risks of removing this cable, I did the replacement fine without it

    Steven Taylor -

    It does indeed come out of the connector, but the picture makes it hard to see how; the connector it goes into sits on top of the board—however, I, too, ripped mine off the board trying to remove it; I only got it out of the clip after I tore it off. SIMPLY DONT; it's unnecessary. I plan to solder it back if one of my Robotics club friends lets me borrow a soldering iron.

    Rachel - Antwoord

    I avoided disconnecting the camera cable. If you are careful, it's not needed. I've taken tons of PC's apart and its 1 million times more complicated than a mid 2010 MBP! I've had my MBP for 5 years and I'm now upgrading memory, adding a SSD for OS and 750gb in the optical drive for storage. My computer has just started getting slower. This couldn't be any easier to do!

    amp1069 - Antwoord

    Same problem: The speaker/subwoofer connector was removed, and now it can’t be connected again. Probably has to be soldered, but the points are so tiny that this seems hardly possible. Result: No more bass and right speaker. Avoid.

    Michael - Antwoord

    Same story, on the picture the person broke it… You can see the naked soldering pads… This is wrong! Anf if you think glue or tape should fix it, you should not be attempting this!

    Albert - Antwoord

    GRR WHY would a tutorial show us how to BREAK IT wtf

    Duncan Ludlow - Antwoord

    Warum wird dieser Schritt und das Foto nicht aus der Anleitung entfernt ?

    Auf dem Foto kann man sehen, wie der Verbinder des Subwoofers abgerissen wird.

    Dieser Schritt ist nicht nur unnötig, sondern führt auch dazu, dass man, wenn man der Anleitung folgt, sein Macbook beschädigt.

    Was soll das ?

    Michael von Obernitz - Antwoord

    Ich brauche unbedingt Hilfe. Ich bringe den neuen Stecker vom Lautsprecher nicht mehr an. Besser gesagt der Stecker (wie auf Bild) hebt nicht mehr. Warum?

    bruno.graziano - Antwoord

  2. It will be necessary to slide the small clear plastic cable retainer (boxed in red) glued to the logic board out of the way before disconnecting the camera cable. Be careful not to break any components off the board as you slide it away from the camera cable connector.
    • It will be necessary to slide the small clear plastic cable retainer (boxed in red) glued to the logic board out of the way before disconnecting the camera cable. Be careful not to break any components off the board as you slide it away from the camera cable connector.

    • Pull the camera cable connector toward the optical drive to disconnect it from the logic board.

    • This socket is metal and easily bent. Be sure to align the connector with its socket on the logic board before mating the two pieces.

    I just completed this replacement and there is no need to do this step, you can work around this cable pretty easily. Obviously you need to be careful "dancing" around it. But it's perfectly feasible and you don't risk to break stuff disconnecting it.

    Massimo C - Antwoord

    I messed around with my MBP some years ago and everything was fine. When I opened it yesterday that plastic retainer was glued *above* the camera cable and wasn't very sticky anymore.

    On a whim I decided to not put it back in. Now there's now Wifi anymore (did all the hardware reset things, nothing). Can that small plastic thing have to do anything with the wifi?

    Thanks for you help!

    Nick Names - Antwoord

    Well, I put that plastic thing back in, still no Wifi (would have really surprised me ^__^).

    Nick Names -

    I'm having a similar problem where I think I messed something with this step and now my computer is REALLY slow and I cant get any wifi. Heres my story.

    I am going to put a SSD in place of my HDD so I also took the optical drive out of my mac to reduce the weight. If this matters I also changed the fan because that was broken. I'm wondering what the problem could be. One thing im confused by in the guide was step 5. Am I supposed to remove that connector? If so how do I do that? I may have wiggled that a little trying to take it out.

    My computer will boot up very slowly but the mouse and keystrokles lag by about 4-5 seconds. The computer won't connect to wifi. The battery symbol has an "x" inside the battery so I keep in plugged in. It also has my apps in the dock and my name in the upper right hand corner.

    Any ideas what is wrong? If something is wrong how do I clone my old data onto my new hard drive? If you have any questions about my situation ill gladly answer them.

    Billy Walsh - Antwoord

    HDD in DVD slot with caddy works, but seems VERY slow, logically i assume step 5 , is HIGH risk critical, and now I must try undo everything , cos I spent a lot of time in step 5 and probably kill my mac

    Roman Nicolaevich - Antwoord

    This is the stage (5) that concerns me with my lack of wifi and Bluetooth. I enlarged the iPad screen to max so I could view the clear plastic cable retainer. Leaving the screen on max I missed the part that said,"pull the camer cable connector towards the Optical drive to disconnect from the logic board" makes me wonder if that caused the problem,as I lifted it away from the logic board? Any I found it very difficult to align the connector with its socket. Any thoughts please.

    Peter Mayo - Antwoord

    Which of the four ribbon connectors relates or controls the WiFi Bluetooth and Camera ?

    Peter Mayo - Antwoord

  3. Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the optical drive connector straight up off the logic board.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the optical drive connector straight up off the logic board.

    I did on my 15" MBP (putting a SSD) without any problem

    but I did it on this very model 13" on a friend MBP

    and it seems the optical drive cable is dead (both drives works connected elsewhere ) the only other part i was not able to test separately is the data doubler from OWC that allows to fit a SSF in place of the optical drive.

    Do anybody experience this ?

    The optical drive cable shows no sign of tearing i unplugged it very carefully

    BUT once disconnected during the optical drive extraction from its original location the cable might have touch the logical board (not sure just guessing)

    Any clues welcome !!

    Chewbee - Antwoord

  4. Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the hard drive connector straight up off the logic board.
    • Use the flat end of a spudger to pry the hard drive connector straight up off the logic board.

  5. Remove the following screws securing the subwoofer to the upper case:
    • Remove the following screws securing the subwoofer to the upper case:

    • One 3.8 mm Phillips screw.

    • One 5 mm Phillips screw

    On my computer, the 3.8 mm screw was near the midpoint of the subwoofer (left-to-right in the photo) and near the bottom. The 5 mm screw was top right of the subwoofer.

    BobG - Antwoord

  6. The subwoofer is still connected to the right speaker, so don't completely remove it just yet. Lift the subwoofer off the optical drive, and set it above the computer.
    • The subwoofer is still connected to the right speaker, so don't completely remove it just yet.

    • Lift the subwoofer off the optical drive, and set it above the computer.

  7. Remove the two 10 mm Phillips screws securing the camera cable bracket to the upper case. The leftmost screw may remain captive in the camera cable.
    • Remove the two 10 mm Phillips screws securing the camera cable bracket to the upper case.

    • The leftmost screw may remain captive in the camera cable.

    • Lift the camera cable bracket out of the upper case.

  8. Remove the three 2.5 mm Phillips screws securing the optical drive to the upper case. Lift the optical drive from its right edge and pull it out of the computer.
    • Remove the three 2.5 mm Phillips screws securing the optical drive to the upper case.

    • Lift the optical drive from its right edge and pull it out of the computer.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Bonsoir. Le tuto est très clair, mais je voudrais savoir s’il est applicable sur la version 15” du MBP 10. Amicalement, Marc.

Marc Blériot - Antwoord

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