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Mouse on macbook laptop is stuck

The clicker part of the build-in mouse on the laptop is stuck

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You'll most likely need to take the macbook in to an Apple Store or a Apple authorized service center and have them repair the mouse button. Most likely either some debris or sticky fluid has fouled the clicking mechanism.

Posted on Feb 26, 2012

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