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if my MacBook Pro battery model is A1321 would the A1281 battery work

I have a MacBook Pro mid 2010. works amazing I only upgraded the memory from 2 and 2 to 4 and 4 not to long after it started ghost clicking and switching screen

YouTube vid would pause and full screen then un full screen basically creating new folders opening files all sorts of things

I noticed it did this when it started getting hot. so I want to change the battery because I got the service battery message and I read in other forums that it the thermal paste for the over heating and then some say the battery Is swelling which can tamper with the track pad and cause ghost clicks…..

so I wanted to know since the model number on the battery is A1321 and the battery being sold here is A1281 would it work in my MacBook Pro?

Update (08/01/2021)

OK, here’s the snapshots:


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At this point I have to replace thermal paste to minimize over heating and I want to change battery to stop the ghost clicks because I do know the ghost clicks happen because of the battery swelling,

I can’t install much or update the OS because of the heating and ghost clicks but this happens when its overheats. the computer Doesn’t shut down or run slow so I can say it’s not the CPU.

I also notice on the image of the battery for sale its has the same model number as my battery but the item labeling on the site was where my curiosity was sparked.

About three days ago I cleaned the fans and compressed air cleaned it. The system gave me a full 36 hrs of no issues until it started again but not as bad as it once was.

Is TG PRO FREE or trial at least. The mid 2010 one looks like mine but I no the connector was the issue for most buyers of this product. Then the compatibility and specifications it kinda threw me off. Because my initial journey was to update the OS system hoping it would solve the ghost clicks and that process took me down a rabbit hole which lead me to understand even more that the battery thermal paste and over heating was and issue if I can solve these minor issues then I can clear the hard drive of unwanted stuff giving the computer more work space and then update the operating system and then progress with any other installs....


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The thermals you fine! At this point you'll need to replace the battery.


would it be bad if I still change the thermal paste any ways @danj


Are you up to it? Making a mistake could cost you the use of the system. Many people over do the paste or mess up damaging things. Review this guide: MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010 Logic Board Replacement you might want to find someone who has more experience with Mac repairs.


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If we look at the two batteries:

Which one looks like yours? These are very different batteries as such you really can’t use one for the other. You may have the other system (selecting the wrong system)

As to your other issues. I would recommend installing TG Pro so you can monitor your systems thermals, depending on which OS you have installed you may need to contact Matt via support@tunabelly.com to get the older version if you need it. Once you have it installed and running take a snapshot of the main window making sure to capture all of the sensors and fan info (you may need to slide the window down to get the ones hidden and post them here for us to see Adding images to an existing question Once we have the data we can advise you what’s needed.

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Late 2008-Early 2009) Battery Изображение


MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Late 2008-Early 2009) Battery


MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009-Mid 2010) Battery Изображение


MacBook Pro 15" Unibody (Mid 2009-Mid 2010) Battery


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