I have to get a star key if I'm going to do that stuff. I have no problem taking it apart, I just wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions instead of doing so, because apple mounts their boards and components in a manner that makes service tedious. On 12/22/05, Jerry Krinock <jerry at ieee.org> wrote: > on 05/12/21 18:31, MBurke6225 at aol.com at MBurke6225 at aol.com wrote: > > > In a message dated 12/21/05 7:50:17 PM, mksolid at gmail.com writes: > > > > Any suggestions to getting the broken one out? > > With all due respect to mburke6225, I would strongly advise against using > superglue because chances are 95% that you're just going to create an even > bigger mess. > > Try to pull it out with some very sharp tweezers used on electronics > assembly and repair lines. Handy tool to have around. > > If that doesn't work, someone will need to take it apart and push it out > from the inside. Look at these guides to decide whether you want to tackle > it yourself: > > http://www.pbfixit.com/Guide/54.0.0.html > > http://www.xlr8yourmac.com/systems/PB_G4_15_AL_takeapart/AL_PB_G4_take-apart > .html > > These are for a 15 inch alumimun; hunt around on those sites if you have a > different model. > > > _______________________________________________ > Titanium mailing list > Titanium at listserver.themacintoshguy.com > http://listserver.themacintoshguy.com/mailman/listinfo/titanium > > Listmom is trying to clean out his closets! Vintage Mac and random stuff: > http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZmacguy1984 > -- Your friends confine you in their worlds, one by one, a string of pearls.