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The March 2015 update of Apple's 13" MacBook Air features fifth generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, resulting in slightly increased performance and battery life.

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Required temperature to remove the screen bezel?

I have a general question for all models of MB Air 2010 - 2017

I need to replace some internal cables & hinges but need to know how hot must I set the heat gun to soften the adhesive enough for removal?

And is it possible to replace the Antenna / Wifi cable, can't find any guide on this.... I broke the wire off from the connector on the wifi cable and soldering it back looks like a seriously tricky job

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Here’s a good vid on the process MacBook Air LCD repair, how to replace LCD only as far as the heat it doesn’t take much I set my heat gun to 125 Fahrenheit and as seen in the vid holding the air stream over the bezel and away from the rubber edge.

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Yes seen that, seen the guides in here, I also have a 2009 MBP (The stage lights) that I finally have got a new cable for... the screen is proper stubborn and won't budge a mm even at 150 degrees... IF I go higher I will destroy everything... been heating areas for 20 minutes.... none of them seem to want to budge.


@livfe - are you using a suction cup to help in lifting? I’ve hit a few hard one’s because someone glued the glass down with the wrong adhesive material or just too much.

Focus on one corner and after you lift it use a playing card to hold it free (if needed cut the card in half or even smaller). Then walk the edge, you may need to raise the temp a bit and even then it can be very difficult because of previous repairs.


@danj Dan, I know how to get them out, I seen 10 videos on it, It didn't look like anyone was in ther before me, glue was sold. Anyway, screen shattered, and scraping out the residue was a task but now it is clean of everything and the new screen is in, just got to source a new glass.... and the correct longer cable.

The suction cup didn't get into play the glass smashed after I got the 2nd thin plastic tool under it. Glue was sold.


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