Keyboard Screw Set x100 for Apple MacBook Pro / Air A1465
New Keyboard Screw Set
100 pieces, Original Apple, Phillips Head KEYBOARD SCREWS
- 13″ MacBook Pro Retina A1425
- 13″ MacBook Pro Retina A1502
- 15″ MacBook Pro Retina A1398
- 13″ MacBook Air A1369
- 11″ MacBook Air A1370
- 11″ MacBook Air A1465
How do I replace the screws on my MacBook?
- Prepare the workspace: Before you begin, make sure you have a clean, flat surface to work on, and gather all the necessary tools, including a T5 Torx screwdriver, a pair of tweezers, and a container to hold the screws.
- Remove the old screws: Use the T5 Torx screwdriver to carefully remove the old screws from the keyboard of your MacBook Air A1465. Make sure to keep the screws in a safe place so that you do not lose them.
- Place the new screws: Take the new screws and place them carefully into the threaded holes on the keyboard. Make sure they are seated firmly and correctly.
- Tighten the screws: Using the T5 Torx screwdriver, tighten the new screws down firmly, but be careful not to over-tighten them, as this can strip the threads or damage the keyboard.
- Test: Once you have tightened all the screws, test to ensure that it is functioning properly. If you notice any issues, such as keys sticking or not responding, you may need to recheck the screws or seek professional assistance.
Required Tools For Apple 11″ MacBook Air, A1465 Family Repairs:
Note: Before you begin, make sure to drain you laptop battery completely by keeping it on till it dies. Then, unplug your power adapter, and disconnect the battery before performing any repair and always wear safety glasses & anti-static nitrile gloves.
- Pentalobe screwdriver (P5): The bottom case uses a proprietary type of screw called a Pentalobe screw. This type of speciality screwdriver is required in removing the bottom case and begin the repair.
- Torx screwdriver (T4, T5): Speciality Torx bits are needed to remove the screws that hold the MacBook components such as the I/O Boar, MagSafe, Audio Board, fans, trackpad, Battery and more.
- Torx screwdriver (T8): A T8 Torx screwdriver is also needed to remove the screws that hold the LCD Hinges in place, this is needed to remove and replace the LCD assembly on the A1465.
- Spudger: A spudger is a tool that helps you pry apart parts of the MacBook Pro without damaging them, you’ll need a spudger to disconnect the various cables and connectors inside the 11″ MacBook Air A1465.
- Tweezers: Some of the connectors inside the MacBook Air A1465 are very small, you’ll need a pair of tweezers to disconnect and reconnect them.
Note: Disassembling a MacBook Pro can be challenging, it’s important to be very careful to avoid damaging the delicate components inside. If you’re not comfortable performing this type of repair, it’s best to take your MacBook Pro to a professional.
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