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-[* black] We move to disconnect the battery and realize things are [link|https://i.redd.it/61zm8kad5qux.jpg|strange|new_window=true].
-[* black] Usually, this type of T5 screw secures an SSD or AirPort card, but this time, it guards a unique connector cable.
-[* black] Removing the connector reveals some copper pads... Are these simply ''test points''?
+[* black] Code cracked and panel removed, we move on to disconnect the battery and realize things are [link|https://i.redd.it/61zm8kad5qux.jpg|strange|new_window=true].
+[* black] This wide-headed T5 screw serves as a super-secure press connector for the battery.
+[* black] Folding the connector back reveals some copper pads. Two large ones for positive and ground from the battery, and several smaller points. Perhaps... ''Test Points''?
[* icon_note] A [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_point|test point|new_window=true] is an exposed metal pad that allows for electronic circuit diagnostics. Think of it as a portal to the circuit, revealing continuity, allowing for test signals, and providing additional spots to short the board.

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