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MBP mousepad feels half stuck


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rockstate45

 
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Hey guys, I have had my MBP for about a month now and for some reason it feels as if the trackpad is only half clicking... like it's already half depressed.

It doesn't make that distinct "click" anymore on the left side of the pad. Toward the keys it doesn't click (especially on the left side - I assume toward the keys is where it pivots).

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I'd take the machine to the Apple Store to check out. After a month usually means something's wrong, but I could be wrong on this.

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I don't. Think there is anything the community can do for you, other than recommend you take it to the apple store to have them check it out.

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Sorry, I have had the MBP for about a month. The problem has happened tonight.

It is learly depressed on the left side of the track pad vs the right. I was just wondering if it was one of those weird quirks that I just NOW noticed tonight.

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