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Exactly same problem here. I’ve cleaned it quite well withusing the included adhesive remover before putting in the new battery. I think that the reason why it happens is because there is a tension coming fromcreated by the plastic frame of the batterybattery, pushing againagainst the macbook’s frame. So the battery doesn’t lay evenly and adhesive can’t do'do its job. I think that the adhesive layer should be just much thicker to compensate it.
Exactly same problem here. I’ve cleaned it quite well withusing the included adhesive remover before putting in the new battery. I think that the reason why it happens is because there is a tension coming fromcreated by the plastic frame of the batterybattery, pushing againagainst the macbook’s frame. So the battery doesn’t lay evenly and adhesive can’t do'do its job. I think that the adhesive layer should be just much thicker to compensate it.
 
Not sure what to do. I am afraid doing any DIY because of the high temperatures and potential expansion of the battery.

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Post originale di: Gregory ,

Testo:

Exactly same problem here. I’ve cleaned it quite well with included adhesive remover before putting the new battery. I think that the reason it happens is because there is tension coming from the plastic frame of the battery pushing again the macbook’s frame. So the battery doesn’t lay evenly and adhesive can’t do' its job. I think that the adhesive layer should be just much thicker to compensate it.

Not sure what to do. I am afraid doing any DIY because of the high temperatures and potential expansion of the battery.

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