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Current version by: jayeff ,

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Hi @kylebing ,
 
You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable plug out of the connector on the pcb, when you 'clapped' it.
You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable plug out of the connector on the pcb, when you 'clapped' it.
 
Here is a link to the ifixit [guide|50995] guide.
 
Scroll down to Step.6 and hold your mouse pointer over the 3rd image to view the connector.
 
The guide is for the Magic Keyboard but hopefully it will be similar to your keyboard and this will still be of some help to you as you will have to open your keyboard to ascertain what the problem actually is.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

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Hi @kylebing ,
 
You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable out of the connector on the pcbpcb, when you 'clapped' it.
You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable out of the connector on the pcbpcb, when you 'clapped' it.
 
Here is a link to the ifixit [guide|50995] guide.
 
Scroll down to Step.6 and hold your mouse pointer over the 3rd image to view the connector.
 
The guide is for the Magic Keyboard but hopefully it will be similar to your keyboard and this will still be of some help to you as you will have to open your keyboard to ascertain what the problem actually is.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @kylebing ,
 
You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable out of the connector on the pcb.
 
Here is a link to the ifixit [guide|50995] guide.
 
Scroll down to Step.6 and hoverhold your cursormouse pointer over the 3rd image to view the connector.
Scroll down to Step.6 and hoverhold your cursormouse pointer over the 3rd image to view the connector.
 
The guide is for the Magic Keyboard but hopefully the Magic keyboard IIit will be similar to yoursyour keyboard and this will still be of some help to youyou as you will have to open your keyboard to ascertain what the problem actually is.
The guide is for the Magic Keyboard but hopefully the Magic keyboard IIit will be similar to yoursyour keyboard and this will still be of some help to youyou as you will have to open your keyboard to ascertain what the problem actually is.

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Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @kylebing ,

You may have 'bounced' the battery flex cable out of the connector on the pcb.

Here is a link to the ifixit [guide|50995] guide.

Scroll down to Step.6 and hover your cursor over the 3rd image to view the connector.

The guide is for the Magic Keyboard but hopefully the Magic keyboard II will be similar to yours and this will still  be of some help to you.

Status:

open