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Current version by: Josh Doan ,

Title:

Trackpad works but haptic feedback not there

Text:

I bought an early 2015 macbook pro second hand and the trackpad works and the mouse will click but the haptic feedback isn't doing anything even with it enabled in the settings. The guy I bought it from is not responding to me when I asked for a refund so I'm looking to fix it myself now. I took it in to the store and all they could do was determine it was a hardware issue and will either charge me $90 to replace the cable which I know I can do myself or $400 to replace the whole topcase. What are the chances that replacing the cable will fix the issue so I hopefully don't have to replace the trackpad?

Device:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

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Original post by: Josh Doan ,

Title:

Trackpad works but haptic feedback not there

Text:

I bought an early 2015 macbook pro second hand and the trackpad works and the mouse will click but the haptic feedback isn't doing anything even with it enabled in the settings. The guy I bought it from is not responding to me when I asked for a refund so I'm looking to fix it myself now. I took it in to the store and all they could do was determine it was a hardware issue and will either charge me $90 to replace the cable which I know I can do myself or $400 to replace the whole topcase. What are the chances that replacing the cable will fix the issue so I hopefully don't have to replace the trackpad?

Device:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

Status:

open