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late 2009 macbook problems PLEASE HELP !!


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OK , I need help PLEASE , My late 2009 13” white macbook # MC207LL/A is in trouble . At first when I powered it up the track pad and the keyboard would not work so I could not put in my password , then when I tried to power it up the LED would come on it would make the first chime and the LED would flash real fast and turn off. Sometimes I could get it to stay on but still track pad and keyboard were not responsive. When I plugged in the charger sometimes I’d get the led on the charger to come on sometimes not. The last time I got the Mac to come on when I released the power button it would power off . Now I get NOTHING will not power on or anything . PLEASE help with any ideas
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Many times when folks have trackpad and keyboard problems (plus you're having power problems as well)...it can be due to a swollen battery.

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I pulled the back off , battery does not seem to be swollen , but who knows , It's a uni body so your not SUPPOSED to take it out but i think I'll try and pull it and see if that makes a difference
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I pulled the back off , battery does not seem to be swollen , but who knows , It's a uni body so your not SUPPOSED to take it out but i think I'll try and pull it and see if that makes a difference
"Not supposed to"…yes. But neither of us are rocket scientists (I'm assuming you aren't either)…and both of us can easily do it!

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