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Tech Specs ¶
Model #: MZ101
Lens Diameter: 2.5 inches
Weight: 1.35 lbs
Max Height: 7 inches
Max Width: 11 inches
Depth: 2 inches
April 16, 2013
Existing MB Air battery couldn't hold a charge for longer than 30 min.
Nice and smooth. Your tutorial on this subject, as well as the shiny new toolkit I purchased from you, made this job a piece of cake.
The screws. As you might expect, the screws securing internal components in a device this size are mere millimeters, sometimes only 2.5mm, long. Do yourself a favor and place them in some sort of receptacle until they are needed again and avoid crawling around on your knees with your nose an inch from the floor looking for the one you dropped.
February 8, 2013
The title says it all: a cup of coffee spilled over the palmrest of my MacBook Air. My very first (and thus likely the last) cup of coffee if you'll believe it.
About three hours from start to finish. I actually bought a replacement keyboard from another supplier since I didn't need a whole new upper case. Do note that this route is not perfect, just cheaper: the keyboard is riveted into the case and you have to break those rivets (and possibly the keyboard, which in my case was already dead). The toolkit and mat definitely helped.
Be very, VERY careful with the small speaker connectors and pull up at an angle. I broke the plastic around the connector itself on one speaker by accident. Luckily enough plastic was left to just stick the leads back in and it still connects, but that is the one thing I personally would pay more attention to if I had to do this again.
December 29, 2012
I just needed to fix an auxiliary cable that had been cut the helping hands were perfect for holding the wires where I needed them while soldering the splice.
Process went great, took about ten minutes total and was very easy.
I recommend having plenty of space between your solder points and the helping hands grips as bringing the grips too close together makes it difficult to properly solder the wires in the splice.