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Изменения для Repairing MacBook Air 2011 A1370 On/Off switch Введения

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MacBook Air didn't start up, probably due to some liquid spilled on the keyboard above on/off key. [ … ] The pushed key exhibit an on resistance > 70kOhms. I decided to use the on/off pads on motherboard to add a dedicated push-button. [ … ] 1-# Got a small aluminum piece from a used Mac battery A1175 [ ] 2- # Grind both upper and lower side off the piece so it fit just against the right wall off MacBook [ ] 3- # Drilled Ø 4 mm (better measure your own piece) and glued with cyanoacrylate the very far of the small metal tab. [ ] 4- # Get a push-button small enough to fit below the mother board (beware of a thick piece (maybe transformer)) that can avoid placing your switch. [ ] My My switch come from www.conrad.fr with ref n° 705325 (perfect fit at the chosen place) [ ] 5- Sold # Solder two thin wire ~ 4cm very close to the switch body, routing them so they don't touch the motherboard. [ ] 6- # Test the on/off with ohmmeter, adjust the hole eventually the alu piece move well. [ ] 7- # Glue the switch behind the alu piece on the top case of MacBook (used a small drop of silicon Bostik MS117) 8- Wait few hours until the glue is completely solid (better than having to undo all the work) [ ] 9- # Cut the two wires 1cm longer than the distance to the on/off pad. [ ] 10- # Solder the wires on each on/off pad. [ … ] Good Luck!
MacBook Air didn't start up, probably due to some liquid spilled on the keyboard above on/off key. [ … ] The pushed key exhibit an on resistance > 70kOhms. I decided to use the on/off pads on motherboard to add a dedicated push-button. [ … ] 1-# Got a small aluminum piece from a used Mac battery A1175 [ ] 2- # Grind both upper and lower side off the piece so it fit just against the right wall off MacBook [ ] 3- # Drilled Ø 4 mm (better measure your own piece) and glued with cyanoacrylate the very far of the small metal tab. [ ] 4- # Get a push-button small enough to fit below the mother board (beware of a thick piece (maybe transformer)) that can avoid placing your switch. [ ] My My switch come from www.conrad.fr with ref n° 705325 (perfect fit at the chosen place) [ ] 5- Sold # Solder two thin wire ~ 4cm very close to the switch body, routing them so they don't touch the motherboard. [ ] 6- # Test the on/off with ohmmeter, adjust the hole eventually the alu piece move well. [ ] 7- # Glue the switch behind the alu piece on the top case of MacBook (used a small drop of silicon Bostik MS117) 8- Wait few hours until the glue is completely solid (better than having to undo all the work) [ ] 9- # Cut the two wires 1cm longer than the distance to the on/off pad. [ ] 10- # Solder the wires on each on/off pad. [ … ] Good Luck!

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