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Macbook battery connector issue (not unibody)


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Can anybody have a look at the connector inside the battery compartment and tell me if it's somehow loose? I replaced it and now I don't remember if it was supposed to be like that or not.

Also, for those of you who might have access to a machine with the top case off, besides the 2 screws - are there any other small parts in there like washers/grommets?

Thank you in advance.
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anybody please??
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Well I can say for certain that the connector inside the body for the battery ISNT loose. I'm
not sure about the other questions though. Try google replacing battery in YouTube. There are literally dozens of tutorials in there to help you replace anything in your MB. I would google for you but I'm
lazing in bed with my iPod Touch ......
They won't be hard to find though. you should be able to see in at least one though for the answer you are looking for

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I found an youtube diy. It does look loose indeed, especially when you lift the top case off. It was definitely meant to be like that. Panic over

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