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MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad

  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / With Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / With Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / Without Bracket
  • MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad / Without Bracket
MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011) Trackpad

$89.99

$89.99

Product Details

Description

Description

Replace a damaged trackpad and restore the touch sensitivity of your MacBook Air 13" (Mid 2011).

A worn out trackpad may have cosmetic scratches or a cracked surface causing it to malfunction. In addition, an aging trackpad may become unresponsive making your laptop difficult to control.

Compatibility

Compatibility

  • MacBook Air 13" A1369 Mid 2011

Specifications

Specifications

Part #:
922-9962

Compatibility

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011
A1369 (EMC 2469) 1.7 GHz
A1369 (EMC 2469) 1.8 GHz

Repair Stories

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My Problem

The trackpad was randomly clicking when moving the mouse. I replaced the trackpad which solved the problem.

My Fix

Opening the mac was not too difficult. However, unplugging the connector was tricky.

My Advice

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My Problem

Trackpad stopped clicking got spongy when pushing down unlike before. Started to get stuck when dragging things.

My Fix

Man, those are some tiny screws, glad I don't have Andre the Giant hands. Took me a few tries to get the positioning of the set screw just right but no problems, no extra parts/screws, and . . .

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My Problem

My trackpad started randomly clicking, selecting everything, moving things around... very bad for a developer!

My Fix

It was a cinch. 20 minutes tops.

My Advice

Spend a little time with that last adjustment screw before putting everything back together so you don't have to open it all again.

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My Problem

Common problem with this generation of Macs: the trackad sometimes "clicks by itself"

My Fix

The repair was super-simple but the excellent guide was still nice to have for safety.

My Advice

By using the guides anyone can repair almost anything! However, you should read all text carefully!

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My Problem

Basically the trackpad that I had was registering click events when I wasn't clicking (yes, I had, and always have had, tap to click disabled). So as you can imagine, trying to open new tabs? #nope, trying to move a window? #hahanope

My Fix

Check out the writeup on my blog!!

http://andrew.sc/

My Advice

PLEASE PLEAS . . .

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