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Try and reset the SMC and PRAM. To do the PRAM reset, press and hold Command, Option P and R at the same time. It will reboot if this worked out for you. If that doesn't work, you have to reset the SMC. The way to do it with replaceable batteries is to leave the battery out for 30 or so minutes, put it back in and it should reset.
 
If that doesn't work, check the connection to the palmrest. It could be loose or damaged.
If
If
that doesn't help, start to look further into it. It could be anything at this point. Unless we have specifics on what you tried, we won't know how to help you.
If
If
that doesn't help, start to look further into it. It could be anything at this point. Unless we have specifics on what you tried, we won't know how to help you.

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Try a PRAMand reset the SMC and replyPRAM. To do the PRAM reset, press and hold Command, Option P and R at the same time. It will reboot if this worked out for you. If that doesn't work, you have to reset the SMC. The way to do it with replaceable batteries is to leave the battery out for 30 or so minutes, put it back in and it should reset.
If that doesn't work, check the connection to the palmrest. It could be loose or damaged.
If that doesn't help, start to look further into it. It could be anything at this point.
Try a PRAMand reset the SMC and replyPRAM. To do the PRAM reset, press and hold Command, Option P and R at the same time. It will reboot if this worked out for you. If that doesn't work, you have to reset the SMC. The way to do it with replaceable batteries is to leave the battery out for 30 or so minutes, put it back in and it should reset.
If that doesn't work, check the connection to the palmrest. It could be loose or damaged.
If that doesn't help, start to look further into it. It could be anything at this point.

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Original post by: Nick ,

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Try a PRAM reset and reply back

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