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April 23, 2014
My MacBook track pad was acting up. Unable to click, not very responsive to touch.
The repair process went smooth thanks for the useful detailed guide and all the tools and accessories provided by iFixit.com.
If the track pad just not clickable (or having trouble clicking), just need to readjust the little circle metal underneath the track pad, no need to buy the track pad, unless your track pad is not responsive.
April 15, 2014
May 22, 2013
Wine. Wine was the problem. A glass of wine all over the trackpad. Munted it completely, cursor was randomly zipping everywhere opening apps and windows.
Replacing the Trackpad was easy-peasy lemon squeezy. All works fine now.
I think the guide says it's moderately difficult but I found it easy.
Just print out the guide and follow it. Use an ice-cube tray to store the screws
January 8, 2013
Trackpad hardly worked anymore. About 3 years old.
Got the right tools, right part and a guide how to do the replacement. The guide was essentially right on target with one exception. The was a "set screw" (don't know if that is the right term) not mentioned in the guide that needed to be adjusted.