No, it’s glued, or at least my 85W and 60W adapters are. The seam is tongue-and-groove, which makes it a bit trickier to separate. I used a heat gun, along with a lot of patience, and separated the halves along the seams without breaking any plastic.
Believe it or not, the MagSafe plug contains a chip that reports information about the adapter to your Mac. So the replacement cable needs to match the power supply you’re repairing. Unfortunately, a huge majority of eBay sellers selling replacement cables (which are coming from China) don’t appear to know this, and sell the cables as “45W/60W/85W” as if the cable can be used for any of them. You need to look for a seller that has different cables depending on the wattage of the supply you want to repair.
You can use desoldering wick instead of a solder sucker. Actually, I ended up using both, since I couldn’t get the sucker in close enough.
Be very careful with the back ends of the metal spring pieces for the winding flaps, where they are joined to the plastic pieces. It is very easy to bend the ends when placing the top back on, and extremely difficult to flatten them again once they're bent. Angling the cord end of the top piece in first, just a little bit, helps, but I ended up having to use a miniature awl to push them into position while closing things up.
With a heat gun and a lot of patience, it’s possible to get the case apart without actually breaking any of the plastic. This makes sealing it up again much easier and cleaner. Also, something that I haven’t seen mentioned, and is hard to see in photos because the plastic is usually broken, is that the seam between the halves is a tongue-in-groove seam. This is helpful to know when you’re trying to pry the halves apart, so that you know where you can apply leverage.
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