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Changed topcase and keyboard from US to German - Problems

Dear all,

I changed the topcase and keyboard on a Macbook Pro Retina 13" (Early 2013) from US to German.

Laptop boots up, but not all the keys of the new internal keyboard work. (tested an external keyboard, this works)

Connecting the keyboard to the mainboard was a real pain during assembly (is there any trick to do that easily?)...

Could it be that there is a connection problem, even though some keys are working?

Thanks and regards!

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Did you add in the german keyboard in the Keyboard preferences, under Input Sources and select it?

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