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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by novowel, Jul 1, 2003.
This is not an easy thing to do. What model iBook do you have? I have repared the power jack on an old clamshell iBook before (simply resoldered a broken solder joint). I can't really give instructions though - I just kept taking it to bits till I got the the power socket section. Ended up with about 30 pieces not including the screws!
It is a 500 mhz Ibook, with 2 USB ports on the side.
http://uk.geocities.com/ibookupgrade/ will give you an idea of how to take the thing to bits and put it back together again.
Taking apart an iBook, clamshell or dual USB series sucks. I had no less than 30 screws on a dual USB series that I upgraded the hard drive on. Its best to take it to an apple service center to have them do it.
On the flip side though, if you had a PowerBook g3, that's a different story. Replacing anything on those are a breeze.
If you do decide to do it yourself, grab an ice cube tray for holding screws, and make copious notes. Also, there are screws hidden under the keyboard magnets.
This PDF should tell you everything you need to know. It's about 6 megs so be patient