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2.4GHz, 2.7GHz, or 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz) with 6MB shared L3 cache. Released February 2013.

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After replacing battery, clicking dosen't work even with mouse

I recently finished the battery replacement for my early 2013 MacBook pro.

When I try to move the cursor with the trackpad, everything works normally. The keyboard works as well, however, when I try to press down on the trackpad, I don’t hear a clicking noise nor does the click get registered. When I attach an external mouse, the same thing happens! I can move the cursor, however my mouse clicks don’t get registered.

I tried resetting the NVRAM and SMC, but nothing works. I’m especially confused as to why my external mouse clicks aren’t registered either. Is there any way to fix this?

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I had this same problem about a month ago. Disconnect the internal trackpad and see if the external mouse works. If so, replace the trackpad.

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Somehow, after opening the back case and removing the clear tape that helps keep the battery cells together, I was able to pry the battery up a little, and after a few tries, the trackpad worked again!


Watch for swelling on this battery.


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Your trackpad is stuck in the down position so its always in click enable mode. When you replaced the battery you likely damaged the trackpad. Here’s a view of the bottom of the trackpad:

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The oval is the blister switch which is the click.

You’ll need to remove the battery and carefully the metal plate to get to the trackpad out.

But first give this a try: Use a cotton swab which is just damp with water (on the dry side) you don’t want it to drip into the electronics below. Rub around the edge of the trackpad to see if its jammed up from junk. I also find a stiff piece of paper can push out any grains of grit as well.

To prove it you can disconnect the Trackpad MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Early 2013 Logic Board Replacement Step26 At that point your external mouse should work (make sure you disconnect the battery first).

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