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Versión actual por: Stefano Gigante ,

Título:

Removing stripped screw from LCD Panel assembly: best strategy?

Texto:

The machine is a Core Duo, last serial numbers RVMN.

While I was trying to execute the Fast LCD replacement guide, I was stuck because one of the topmost screws, the one closer to the iSight, on the left size is stripped. Basically, it hasn't its proper cross shaped head anymore, just some sort of conical hole.

I tried to get a drill, but the man who own the drill warned me that "The heat could even melt your plastic upper casing", so I was scared.

The space to work seems too small for a Dremel... has anyone removed a screw in such a tight spot?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Core Duo

Estado:

open

Respuesta aceptada:

84495

Editado por: Stefano Gigante ,

Título:

Removing stripped screw from LCD Panel assembly: best strategy?

Texto:

The machine is a Core Duo, last serial numbers RVMN.

While I was trying to execute the Fast LCD replacement guide, I was stuck because one of the topmost screws, the one closer to the iSight, on the left size is stripped. Basically, it hasn't its proper cross shaped head anymore, just some sort of conical hole.

I tried to get a drill, but the man who own the drill warned me that "The heat could even melt your plastic upper casing", so I was scared.

The space to work seems too small for a Dremel... has anyone removed a screw in such a tight spot?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Core Duo

Estado:

open

Respuesta aceptada:

84495

Editado por: Stefano Gigante ,

Título:

Removing stripped screw from LCD Panel assembly: best strategy?

Texto:

The machine is a Core Duo, last serial numbers RVMN.

While I was trying to execute the Fast LCD replacement guide, I was stuck because one of the topmost screws, the one closer to the iSight, on the left size is stripped. Basically, it hasn't its proper cross shaped head anymore, just some sort of conical hole.

I tried to get a drill, but the man who own the drill warned me that "The heat could even melt your plastic upper casing", so I was scared.

The space to work seems too small for a Dremel... has anyone removed a screw in such a tight spot?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Core Duo

Estado:

open

Respuesta aceptada:

84495

Original post by: Stefano Gigante ,

Título:

Removing stripped screw from LCD Panel assembly: best strategy?

Texto:

The machine is a Core Duo, last serial numbers RVMN.

While I was trying to execute the Fast LCD replacement guide, I was stuck because one of the topmost screws, the one closer to the iSight, on the left size is stripped. Basically, it hasn't its proper cross shaped head anymore, just some sort of conical hole.

I tried to get a drill, but the man who own the drill warned me that "The heat could even melt your plastic upper casing", so I was scared.

The space to work seems too small for a Dremel... has anyone removed a screw in such a tight spot?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Core Duo

Estado:

open