Replying to Bodo Tasche:
The antenna connection sockets are only held onto the wifi board with solder, on two small pads, so it is easy to break one of them off, I have done it on one occasion. I was able to pull the remains of the socket out of the antenna wire plug with tweezers, but had to replace the damaged wifi board with another one.
Here’s another thing to consider if your Unibody MacBook Pro has wifi problems: Your wifi ANTENNA. The antenna is mounted in the center of the display hinge. The antenna wires — the same ones that plug onto the wifi board — can break from repeated flexing at the point they pass through the hinge into the display. This was the cause of my wifi issues. Swapping the wifi board made no difference.
If your wifi connection stats show consistently very low signal strength and signal-to-noise, even with a nearby access point, consider the possibility that the antenna may need replacement. (It’s a difficult repair, and iFixit doesn’t seem to currently have a guide for it.)
There are metal strips (the “spring brackets”) on each side of the trackpad which are really the ONLY things holding the top edge of the trackpad to the computer. You can see these strips if you examine the picture for iFixit’s “Trackpad Mounting Screws” part. The trackpad screws to the metal strips, and then the strips screw to the computer body.
The metal strips/brackets are VERY thin and bend very easily. So while you’re unscrewing the silver screws from the trackpad, support the other side of the trackpad with your other hand so it doesn’t move, so you can get enough pressure on the screw heads without bending or possibly breaking the metal strips.
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