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Mid 2009 macbook pro trackpad replacement

Replace trackpad

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SOURCE: I got my Macbook Pro December of 2009, so it is

Yup. Good advice from diary0901. Sounds like manufacturing defect in which you got a dud. Take it back and have the thing fixed under warranty. You paid a lot of money for the thing, so you should expect it to work like a champ.

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Here is a link to show you step by step how to troubleshoot the issue, if this does not work you will need to take the laptop to local technition in you area. Good Luck

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I have a 13 inch mid 2009 macbook pro. The clicking on the trackpad no longer works but your able to move the cursor using the trackpad. I connected a usb mouse and the usb mouse works fine. It is running...


Try the bellow suggestions:-

1.Update firmware. Download the latest version.

2. Shut down. Remove battery to expose underside of Trackpad and a Tri-Wing (3-point) adjuster screw at the bottom.With Tri-Wing tool turn the adjuster clockwise from 12.00 to 1.00 or from1.00 to 2.00.Now reinstall the battery and power up.

Also check the bellow video for more details:-

Please get back to us if you have further query else please accept the suggestion.

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