Your MACBOOK PRO A1181 has a dented back panel and now you need to change it. Well, now the question arises how do you go about doing that? How does one remove the back panel of the MacBook Pro and replace it with a new back panel?
Continue reading to find out;
How To Open Up Your MacBook Pro?
So you have a dent on your MACBOOK PRO A1181 and don’t know how to fix it. Well, we have a solution for your problem right here. Now you don’t have to be at the mercy of others when you have a dent on the body of your MacBook Pro. The first thing you need to do when trying to remove dents from your MacBook Pro’s body is to figure out where the dent is located on the body. For example, if the dent on the bottom casing, then you just simply need to remove the bottom casing by unscrewing the bottom two screws at the back edge.
However you must be cautious when you start unscrewing the bottom panel of your MacBook Pro. The screws at the bottom are longer than the usual screws, hence you must keep them seperate. Another thing to note is that the screws around the edges are angled, ergo you need to be slow & steady when screwing and unscrewing them. The bottom casing will have metal clips holding it in place, once you remove the screws you can easily slide it towards the back edge of the MacBook and it will pop right off.
What Should You Do Once You’re Inside?
You just opened your MACBOOK PRO A1181’s back, this is the perfect opportunity to do more than just replace a dented back panel. Out of all the things you can do, you must clean the inside of your MacBook Pro.
Then blow out aggressively all dust out of the radiators blowing into the fans, to eliminate all dust & lint build up. I have seen them so terrible, that now and again you may need to dismantle each fan which has extremely little screws holding them in place, and sensitive connectors to each fan. However, it is essential to blow out all the lint and dust to get maximum airflow.
Most significant is to never utilize force, and to arrange and route all cables, and be certain the WiFi black and white antenna cables line up and click on to the Card brass connectors. The MACBOOK PRO A1181 doesn’t have typically a seperate WiFi card, they normally connect with an area on the motherboard, despite the fact that it would appear that a WiFi card.
One thing you must do is click pictures of every step of the way while disassembling your MacBook Pro. Why may you ask? So that when it’s time to put everything back together you have visual references of how everything looked before. Doing this just makes the reassembling process easy & simple.