Paul, My best guess is that the rubber backing behind the buttons is not seated correctly. I would open up the controller and ensure the rubber is the right position. The guide can be found here: Xbox One Wireless Controller Buttons Replacement
Antony, It will depend on the specifics of the 2.66 GHz logic board. Several MacBook Pro models since Late 2008 were available with a 2.66 GHz processor. If the logic board you are looking at is for an early 2009 MacBook Pro 15" (Model MB470*/A), it should be compatible. Any other model, however, will not be. Good luck! Kevin
Morgan, Replacing the display assembly of the iPhone 6 will cost $149.95 for the Fix Kit, or $144.95 for the part only (iPhone 6 LCD and Digitizer). The display assembly with the front camera will cost $174.95 for the Fix Kit, or $169.95 for the part only (iPhone 6 Screen). Hope it helps! Kevin
Christian, The earpiece speaker, loudspeaker, front camera, rear camera, and front panel (due to the polycarbonate shell of the iPhone 5c) are not interchangeable between the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. Kevin
Hello, These screws are 3.6 mm Pentalobe screws, located beside the lightning connector, one on each side. The following image displays their location: https://d3nevzfk7ii3be.cloudfront.net/ig... It is easy to mistake them for speaker holes! Good luck! Kevin
Aloke, Unfortunately, the battery on the Late 2013 MacBook Pro 15" is nearly impossible to repair, due to being adhered to the case by an excessive amount of glue. It is quite likely the battery will break during disassembly. Furthermore, the battery covers the trackpad cable, which can easily shear during the battery removal process. If you choose to attempt the repair, I would recommend, after removing all necessary screws, using an iOpener (iOpener) to soften the adhesive, and then using a plastic card to carefully pry up each cell, one at a time. The technique is explained in the guide for replacing the battery on the Late 2013 MacBook Pro 13" (MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013 배터리 교체). Hope it helps! Kevin
Stating the obvious here, but was the load uneven? Also, there are pads that most washers sit on which can sometimes come loose during shipping. I would check and make sure all 4 are there, and that the surface of the floor is even. Good luck!