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Versione corrente di: Mike McIntosh ,

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'07 MacBookPro15 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Testo:

2007 Macbook Pro 15" a1226 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Hi- I just started to reassemble a MBP15 that I've had apart for ages. Had to replace the lcd, bottom panel etc. As I get the lcd panel together I noticed both hinges are frozen stiff. I don't remember noticing anything like this when I took everything apart. Did I mess up by taking these off? This macbook had seen better days, so I took it apart to clean, re-apply the thermal paste etc. But the screen opened and closed just fine. Not too stiff or too loose. The lcd was cracked partially, but contained in the lcd panel.

The hinges are stuck fully open, on the same plane...like if the mbp could be opened so that the bottom panel and the rear display were laying flat on a tabletop. Hope that makes sense. And I'm hoping someone can tell me there's some trick to resetting 'em, or I'm just doing something stupid, and ya get them to move by doing this...

I can't believe how much these little things cost! I'll duct tape this thing back together before I'd buy new hinges! :-)

Thanks  - mike

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260

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Modifica di: oldturkey03 ,

Titolo:

'07 MacBookPro15 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Testo:

2007 Macbook Pro 15" a1226 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Hi- I just started to reassemble a MBP15 that I've had apart for ages. Had to replace the lcd, bottom panel etc. As I get the lcd panel together I noticed both hinges are frozen stiff. I don't remember noticing anything like this when I took everything apart. Did I mess up by taking these off? This macbook had seen better days, so I took it apart to clean, re-apply the thermal paste etc. But the screen opened and closed just fine. Not too stiff or too loose. The lcd was cracked partially, but contained in the lcd panel.

The hinges are stuck fully open, on the same plane...like if the mbp could be opened so that the bottom panel and the rear display were laying flat on a tabletop. Hope that makes sense. And I'm hoping someone can tell me there's some trick to resetting 'em, or I'm just doing something stupid, and ya get them to move by doing this...

I can't believe how much these little things cost! I'll duct tape this thing back together before I'd buy new hinges! :-)

Thanks  - mike

Dispositivo:

Mac LaptopMacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260
Mac LaptopMacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260

Stato:

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Post originale di: Mike McIntosh ,

Titolo:

'07 MacBookPro15 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Testo:

2007 Macbook Pro 15" a1226 reassemble: Frozen hinge

Hi- I just started to reassemble a MBP15 that I've had apart for ages. Had to replace the lcd, bottom panel etc. As I get the lcd panel together I noticed both hinges are frozen stiff. I don't remember noticing anything like this when I took everything apart. Did I mess up by taking these off? This macbook had seen better days, so I took it apart to clean, re-apply the thermal paste etc. But the screen opened and closed just fine. Not too stiff or too loose. The lcd was cracked partially, but contained in the lcd panel.

The hinges are stuck fully open, on the same plane...like if the mbp could be opened so that the bottom panel and the rear display were laying flat on a tabletop. Hope that makes sense. And I'm hoping someone can tell me there's some trick to resetting 'em, or I'm just doing something stupid, and ya get them to move by doing this...

I can't believe how much these little things cost! I'll duct tape this thing back together before I'd buy new hinges! :-)

Thanks  - mike

Dispositivo:

Mac Laptop

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open