Apple MacBook 13 inch (Late 2007 Early 2008 Late 2008) Service Manual & Repair Technician Guide

Apple MacBook 13 inch (Late 2007 Early 2008 Late 2008) Service Manual & Repair Technician Guide

Apple MacBook 13 inch (Late 2007 Early 2008 Late 2008) Service Manual & Repair Technician Guide

YOUR APPLE MACBOOK NEEDS REPAIR OR PARTS REPLACE?

REPAIR IT YOURSELF AND SAVE $$$

This Official Service Manual it will shpow you help you to:

– DISASSEMBLY & ASSEMBLY

– TROUBLESHOOTING

– REPAIR PARTS

– REPLACE PARTS

– EXPLODED VIEWS

…and MORE

This Official Service Manual & Technicians Guide includes illustrated high quality pictures and step-by-step Instructions and is used in service shops.

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FORMAT: PDF

PAGES: 329

LANGUAGE: English

COMPATIBLE: Windows/Machintosh

INSTANT DOWNLOAD OF THE MANUAL

ALL PAGES ARE PRINTABLE

LATEST UPDATED MANUAL

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How toTake Apart an iMac - Part 1 (Remove Front Panel)

iMac Take Apart - Part 1 (Remove Front Panel)



In this video I will show you how to remove the front panel from your White Intel iMac & G5 iMac with iSight.

There are a few videos online showing how to pull the front panel off but mis showing you how to properly disconnect the top of the panel from the iMac. This is a very important step so that you do not break the panel or metal fingers that hold the panel to the iMac.

*** You need to have an Apple Access Card Tool to properly disconnect the panel from the iMac ***

Online this card/tool can cost $20-$30 but I have posted a video here showing you how easy it is to make your own for Free.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P252lvyivWA

Related Video:
--"iMac Take Apart - Part 2 (Remove LCD Panel)"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g06ROXHhez0

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I would like to point out that if your computer is still under warranty or you have very little or no computer hardware knowledge at all then it's highly recommended to take your Mac to an Authorized Apple Repair Shop.
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