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Guide to replacing Mac Unibody keyboard?


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I tried searching the net for either a video or guide for replacing a 2009 Unibody Keyboard but cannot find any, help please?
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You need to replace the entire upper case.

MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009 Upper Case Replacement - iFixit

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Thanks, maybe that's why I could not find a tutorial for the KB replacement? Any links to replacing the entire upper case?
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yea, check my previous post

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Oh, sorry, I never noticed that link, thank you very much!
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