I wound up stripping one of the screws on this step. Was frustrating but I found if I too a sharp knife and gently went back n forth I was able to make a little notch to use a flat head and got it off. Other than that all went well.
My charging port started acting up in me so I decided to replace myself. Was pretty simple repair. I did no take display screen off as I didn’t feel I needed to and I was able to prop up next to something solid on my workstation that kept it up. Followed instructions and worked good I took a small paper plate n a pen and “carved” squares in it. Every step I did I put those parts in the square. Once I was done I just reversed everything square by square. Took about 30-40 min to begin and finish. I’m very happy with the results. The only two issues I had was the antenna wire took a little time to snap back in. One of the screwdriver heads wasn’t unscrewing some of the screws so I took my other parts kit I bought a while back with few more bits and found one to work. Other than that it was simple. I love doing this stuff. Thanks for reading.
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