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  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009 Logic Board Replacement

    maybe i missed it, but between step 19 and 20 should be heat sink removal. Just remove the four spring-loaded phillips head screws and remove the heatsink.

  • MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Mid 2009 Logic Board Replacement

    Quote from Lusfn shsogh:

    Please use the right and of good quality screwdrivers everyone!

    I officially messed up all the screws and now I can't get further!

    WARNING WARNING

    I had a tough time getting one of the battery screws out - the tri-slotted ones (who ever heard of tri-slotted screws?!?) and stripped one of them. I covered the rest of the logic board carefully and cut a new slot in the screw head with a dremel - VERY carefully. worked like a charm.

  • MacBook Core 2 Duo Logic Board Replacement

    I'm removing the logic board from a MacBook (13-inch, mid-2009) i.e. Penryn, and at this step there does not seem to be a temperature sensor at all as the photo on this page show for Alternate Layout: Santa Rosa and Penryn. The connector is there on the logic board but there is no cable and not sensor to speak of between the heat sink and the fan, as in other models.