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MacBook - Macbook clicker stuck down


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Hey.. so I just got a macbook last week. Yesterday i was eating an oreo cookie above it, when a few small crumbs fell inside of the crack in the clicker. Now, It is stuck, and when lightly touched, automatically clicks. I tried taking out the battery and pushing it up, but that doesnt help. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks
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Bump!!!!! Im still having this problem pleeeeeeaaaaaassseeee help me out
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