Replacement,$4,MacBook,C,Rubber,Authentic,/discipline556269.html,Pro,corona.jogjaprov.go.id,Office Products , Office Electronics , Cleaning Repair,Feet,Kit,Apple,Bottom Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber C Jacksonville Mall Feet Bottom Replacement Kit Replacement,$4,MacBook,C,Rubber,Authentic,/discipline556269.html,Pro,corona.jogjaprov.go.id,Office Products , Office Electronics , Cleaning Repair,Feet,Kit,Apple,Bottom $4 Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Feet Replacement Kit Bottom C Office Products Office Electronics Cleaning Repair $4 Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Feet Replacement Kit Bottom C Office Products Office Electronics Cleaning Repair Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber C Jacksonville Mall Feet Bottom Replacement Kit

Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Popular standard C Jacksonville Mall Feet Bottom Replacement Kit

Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Feet Replacement Kit Bottom C

$4

Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Feet Replacement Kit Bottom C

|||

Product Description

MacBook Pro Full Kit Set - Feet with Outer + Inner Plugs + Adhesive, Screws + Screwdriver

Authentic OEM Apple Macbook Pro Rubber Feet Bottom Case Replacement KitAuthentic OEM Apple Macbook Pro Rubber Feet Bottom Case Replacement Kit

DIY Foot Replacement Instructions

Note: Use the foot replacement kit for missing feet only. Do not replace well-adhered feet. Removing feet for the sake of replacement can damage the bottom case.

Tools Needed to Complete Repair:
  • Phillips 00 screwdriver
  • Tweezers
  • Paper clip or safety pin

Gloves are suggested for this procedure.


Preliminary Step

Before you begin, check the foot location requiring replacement and verify that the case plug, and the case foot in the kit, match the pictures below.
 

  1. Place the computer upside down on a clean, lint-free cloth or other nonabrasive surface. Remove the bottom case.
     
  2. Using the Phillips 00 screwdriver, remove the bottom case by removing 10 screws. Important: Screws at sides and front must be removed and installed at an angle.
     
  3. Gently pull the bottom case from the side the display hinges are on and lift upwards at an angle.
     
  4. Make sure the foot area on the bottom case is clean and free of debris. If any portion of the foot adhesive remains, peel it up with a pair of tweezers.
     
  5. Clean both sides of the bottom case around the foot area. Allow the alcohol to evaporate.
     
  6. Peel the outer foot from its packaging and affix it firmly to the bottom case. Do not use the glue to adhere the outer foot to the bottom case. Avoid touching the adhesive backing.
  7. Use a paperclip or safety pin to open the glue nozzle. A paperclip or safety pin can also unplug the glue nozzle after storage. Apply a very small drop of glue on the bottom of the foot on the inner bottom case. Do not spread the glue. 

  8. Seat the plug onto the glued area.
     
  9. Do not use your finger to press the foot plug down. Use the wooden end of a cotton swab to press the foot plug into place. Lightly press and hold the foot in place for 30 seconds.
     
  10. Clean any excess glue with a cotton dry swab. Important: Do not wipe the glue; use the cotton dry swab to absorb any excess glue. Excess puddled glue may take hours to dry and may cause the bottom case to adhere to the logic board or interior cabling.
     
  11. Using a timer, allow the glue to set for at least 60 minutes before applying the foot plug cover over the foot plug. Important: If laser etching is visible by the foot area, do not use the foot plug cover. Laser etching will normally be found on the left-rear foot area.
  12. Reassembly Note: Install screws in order shown. If sequence is not followed, bottom case might wobble when placed on level surface.

 

 

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: GLUE IS AN EYE AND SKIN IRRITANT. GLUE BONDS TO SKIN INSTANTLY.

Contains ethyl cyanoacrylate. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. If eye or mouth contact occurs, hold eyelid or mouth open and rinse thoroughly but gently with water only for 15 minutes and GET MEDICAL ATTENTION.Liquid glue will sting eye temporarily. Solidified glue may irritate eye like a grain of sand and should be treated by an eye doctor.

If skin bonding occurs, soak in acetone-based nail polish remover or warm soapy water and carefully peel or roll skin apart (do not pull). Contact through clothing may cause skin burn. If spilled on clothing, flush with cold water. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors. use with adequate ventilation. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

Removing Cover

  • Place the computer upside down on a clean, lint-free cloth or other nonabrasive surface. Remove the bottom case.
     
  • Using the Phillips 00 screwdriver, remove the bottom case by removing 10 screws. Important: Screws at sides and front must be removed and installed at an angle.
     
  • Gently pull the bottom case from the side the display hinges are on and lift upwards at an angle.

Cleaning Surface Area

  • Make sure the foot area on the bottom case is clean and free of debris. If any portion of the foot adhesive remains, peel it up with a pair of tweezers.
     
  • Clean both sides of the bottom case around the foot area. Allow the alcohol to evaporate.

Gluing Inner Plugs and Closing Case

A paperclip or safety pin can also unplug the glue nozzle after storage. Apply a very small drop of glue on the bottom of the foot on the inner bottom case. Do not spread the glue.

  • Seat the plug onto the glued area. Use the wooden end of a cotton swab to press the foot plug into place. Lightly press and hold the foot in place for 1 min. Use the cotton dry swab away excess glue.

  • Reassembly Note: Install screws in order shown. If sequence is not followed, bottom case might wobble when placed on level surface.

Authentic Apple MacBook Pro Rubber Feet Replacement Kit Bottom C

Intro Pullout Text Widget

an international journal from BMJ and BTS, publishes high impact research across all areas of respiratory medicine and critical care

  Impact Factor: 9.139
Citescore: 13.5
All metrics >>

Thorax is a Plan S compliant Transformative Journal.

Thorax is one of the world's leading respiratory medicine journals, publishing clinical and experimental research articles on respiratory medicine, paediatrics, immunology, pharmacology, pathology, and surgery. Thorax seeks to publish significant advances in scientific understanding, which are likely to impact on clinical practice. This includes articles concerning basic and translational mechanisms with application to clinical material (cell and molecular biology, genetics, epidemiology, and immunology).

Thorax is an official journal of the British Thoracic Society and is a companion to BMJ Open Respiratory Research.

Editors-in-Chief
Professor Nicholas Hart, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK
Professor Gisli Jenkins, National Heart & Lung Institute, Imperial College London, UK
Professor Alan Smyth, University of Nottingham, UK
Editorial board

Social Media and Multimedia
Keep up with the latest Thorax news on Twitter and Miss Sweet LED Tri-fold Lighting Mirror Led Mirror Cosmetic Mirr.

Listen to our regular Podcasts and subscribe in Blocaci Engagement Ring Sets for Women Bridal Ring Set, 2 Carat, Google Podcasts (Android), Stitcher and Spotify.

Read the most-cited articles from the past three years for free.

COVID-19: information for the respiratory community from BTS

Latest Content

Authors

Thorax accepts submissions of a wide range of article types, including original research, state of the art reviews and protocols.
 
The Author Information section provides specific article requirements to help you turn your research into an article suitable for Thorax.
 
Information is also provided on editorial policies and open access.

BTS Winter Meeting Abstracts

BTS Winter Meeting Programme and Abstracts

 

Programme and Abstracts from the February 2021 British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting.

 

Twitter Feed

Altmetrics

Podcasts