Macbook Pro Unibody Trackpad Click Not Working
I'm so sorry, just saw this comment now! I had bought a new one. If you place a piece of paper, blue-tak etc. If they cost an arm and a leg (and they DO!) and if you're willing to go DIY non-OEM, there are MUCH taller rubber feet bumpers available at a hardware store my review here
I added a warning after I received that comment. I'll add links to a replacement trackpads & batteries in the FAQ. View the answer I have this problem too Subscribed to new answers Is this a good question? On Sale Now 6 Answers Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Chosen Solution rj713 Rep: 78k 363 75 140 Posted: 06/03/2010 Options Permalink History Try using a single edge razor blade
Macbook Trackpad Not Clicking Well
Thanks! Take it into your local Apple Store and be truthful: you got water in the clicker. Thank you. : ) Reply Link Jesse July 29, 2015, 3:39 am Amazing, thanks a million! Plus why would it affect the battery if it had tried on it?
Their cost, including labor, would have been cheaper than the part I bought. It worked fine after that. I was so worried I had to go to apple and beg them to fix this. Macbook Pro Trackpad Stuck Down STEP 2.
What is a Koffka Word™? (also: Connect the Clues!) How do you put a reference next to image? Unbelievable. There appears to be a bump front middle of the trackpad where the retaining screw comes up from underneath the battery and this pressed on the trackpad and broke the surface… On the 2008 problems getting the battery compartment to close without a bulge may mean the battery is swelling.
I am amazed.. Macbook Pro Trackpad Click Not Working Tap Works Hope it continues to work, otherwise I'll try trick #2 which is try to get Apple to replace the battery for free 😉 Reply Link Greg August 31, 2013, 12:45 pm It did eventually fail completely, but I saved some money. Replace the battery… problem solved, Dumbass!
Macbook Pro Trackpad Clicking But Not Working
Removing battery it worked just fine like you mentioned. I had nothing to lose except my sanity if I wait for my delivery so decided to go-for-broke. Macbook Trackpad Not Clicking Well Reply Link marc February 2, 2015, 9:07 am yup - works - for the time being My guess something mechanical wearing out - but thanks for a great tip M Reply Macbook Pro Trackpad Not Physically Clicking Unplug the battery connector from the logic board using a plastic stick or finger nails.
Reply Link Danny June 3, 2016, 2:23 pm I was skeptical but it actually worked! this page Either way, let me know how it goes for you! Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. Another option is to get a wireless mouse or use your iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone as a substitue trackpad. Macbook Pro Trackpad Not Clicking On One Side
Sony 8. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply deevey, Jun 24, 2013 Last edited: Jun 26, 2013 deevey macrumors newbie Joined: Dec 4, 2004 #14 Hi I hesitate to buy a new battery since my MBP late 2006 is on it's last legs as it is... get redirected here I was just about to give up and resort to using a mouse.
They also replaced the trackpad as it had been damaged by the ordeal. Trackpad Not Clicking Macbook Air If it had been below 300 I would have got a new battery (I was offered one installed for $80 however as a courtesy which I declined at the time). Start the re-assembly process with inserting the trackpad cable back in place.
When a MacBook Pro battery fails, in some cases it stars swelling.
putting the Macbook Pro on it's side, clicking repeatedly, then repeating on the other side worWhy? Sign in to make your opinion count. thanks Kathy Jaggi Hi there: Thanks for some great instructions! Macbook Pro Trackpad Won't Click I used the palm of my hand and pushed down on the whole thing.
And everyone else in this thread! Most Liked Posts Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next danoftroy, Sep 30, 2012 danoftroy macrumors newbie Joined: Oct 24, 2011 #1 It is funny how sometimes you can find the Two months after the trackpad problems started, the Macbook battery began to bulge. useful reference So I'd dare say nothing's broken. –Brecht Machiels Aug 22 at 22:12 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had the same issue.
Then I unplugged power and Thunderbolt and I could click again. You will need a small and sharp Phillips screwdriver. hope you resolved the issue. Glad I found this before trying more expensive/fiddly/painful solutions.
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