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Having owned several Apple notebooks which utilize the MagSafe adapters I've seen my share of failures. Anything in from stuck pins which prevent the ...
Some other tutorials online have used things like a Dremel and a cutting wheel to cut the casing apart or they used a screw driver to gouge the plasti...
Ok so now you've got the adapter open. You'll see two winding ears, two spring clips, the electrical internals and then the two halves of the outer ca...
Bend the shielding out of the way to allow you to access the two solder points we'll need to desolder to be able to remove the current cord. These are...
Solder in the new cord. Pretty self explanatory really. Then once you complete that bend the shielding back into place and retape the other flap of sh...
Insert the charger back into half of the outer casing and then reinsert the spring clips. These clips keep the winding ears either held open or closed...
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