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I took mine apart a second time to track down why the fan was constantly running at a high speed. I reseated the sensor cables, retaped the sensor to the hard drive, and it persisted. Then I ran the Apple Hardware Test (comes with it on DVD or might be installed) and it showed a bad sensor. I then went for the longer test, got tired waiting for it to complete, restarted, and the noise was gone. Maybe the test reset it? I did an SMC reset to be doubly sure and installed SSDFanControl in case it acts up again.
A couple of general tips, based on my experience taking this thing apart twice in two days.
As noted above, the case is plastic, not metal, so you can strip out or misalign the screws if things aren't lined up, particularly the 8 T8s around the display. I used my T6 to align the ears on the display with the screw sockets by gently putting it down the adjacent hole and levering the display so the hole I was working with lined up. You only need to do this once on each side. Once one screw is seated, the others on that side should be lined up.
I was missing my extra pair of hands today so I had to reattach the inverter cables solo. I found it was easier from the top, which was made easy by the fact I was working on a table and could easily get around to the other side. Might just be a question of handedness (I'm a righty) or perhaps I'm just uncoordinated.
I just braced the foot/stand against my thigh and found there wasn't much force needed. Had to do it twice as I missed the foam pad on the drive I was replacing.
The whole process was simpler than I expected.
I seem to have missed something somewhere as I now have a lot more fan activity than before. A missed sensor connection maybe. Not looking forward to tracking it down.
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