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Step 14 connects the webcam to the mainboard, but there's no corresponding earlier disconnect step. If revising, maybe also make assembly steps in the reverse order to the disassembly steps (unless there's good reason not to). This would be more logical and is usual practice when writing such guides.
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Especially with a task as involved as this, create a clear, uncluttered workspace (where things can’t be easily misplaced); allow plenty of time (so you’re not rushing); try to ensure you’re not disturbed (to keep concentration); make sure you have good lighting; if you need to, make notes/sketches as you go (don’t trust to memory) - and work methodically.
Be careful not to dislodge either of the two anti-vibration grommets on each speaker when fitting. This had happened to one of the right speaker grommets during assembly of my i5-1135G7(DIY). Quickly spotted while carrying out a visual inspection of the internals and easily remedied by easing out the speaker and sliding the grommet into the cut-out provided for it.
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