원문 게시자: Doctor Apple ,
Hi, I broke off the same connector (MBP Late 2011 15’) and I solved this way: I pulled out a thin wire from a broken Lightning cable. They are almost as thin as the fan’s wires. You need to make 4 pieces, 5 cm for each is long enough to help you hold them steady and solder them. Peeling out like one millimeter tip off the slave is enough. You can do it quickly with a lighter. Wet them with some soldering iron so you won’t need to add more on the motherboard’s solder points. The little iron that is already there is enough. I carefully soldered them to the 4 points on the motherboard, having care not bridging them, then i have soldered the other ending to the fan ending I previously cut off. I didn’t solder directly the fan’s wires to the motherboard because once you cut off the connector they already short and you won’t have much freedom to handle them. Also, they will be too tight in case some day you will have to dismount the fan for cleaning. Use a decent soldering station with the smallest tip you have. At first attempt I used a cheap soldering tool I had around but I failed, it wasn’t getting hot enough. Then I got a 30 bucks YIHUA soldering station with a thin tip and the temperature knob and I succeeded. Consider I’m no expert in soldering I occasionally do it when strictly necessary. Just take your time and be careful, if you are generally clumsy with precision works ask someone else to do it. The result shouldn’t look too ugly, use 2 small black tape pieces to insulate the exposed points. Put everything back together and test with Macs Fan Control. I will post photos soon.