I could not have done my speaker replacement without this. Many thanks! Went to YouTube first and found a lot of dumb stuff. This is perfect! I agree with Ray Lowe about making sure all the connectors are sticking out before fastening the big board.
I had a piece of paper for each step that had parts/screws, drew a diagram and stuck each screw into it’s own little hole in the diagram.
On reassembly it would be great to have some tips on how to properly locate this connector…it’s kind of fussy.
The last picture doesn’t show it but my cable had blue plastic material on both top and bottom, which I had not noticed during disassembly. It slid in nicely but now not sure if it is an insulating material of some kind that should have been set aside?
Note that the connector sits inside of a little “box” which is the socket. Don’t try to pry up underneath that but stay under where the wires are connected. The pictures are good, and you can see the “box” in the last picture.
Same comment as on step 16…use spudger.
I recommend pushing the cable connector away with a spudger instead of using the fan to pull it away…there seems to be too much stress put on the cable using the method proposed here.