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MacBook - trackpad seems to make the web page I am looking at jitter

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Hey everyone I just got a refurbished black macbook that came in yesterday and the trackpad seems to make the web page I am looking at jitter up and down every now and then. also, it seems it doesn't respond when i try moving the cursor. does anyone have any ideas of what might be the problem or what i should do?

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