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Topic # 179005 22-Aug-2015 13:36
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Hi,

After a drop the physical click on my macbook pro is stuck or somehow no longer available. It still tracks the mouse and I can use the tap to click however. 

I am keen to get it repaired. I was wondering whether anyone:

 

     

  1. Has any experience carrying out a replacement themselves and if os how difficult or complex it is (a look on ifixit suggests there is not quite a bit of disassembly involved, or
  2. Would recommend a service provider in the Auckland area

 



thanks,
Jonathan

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  Reply # 1372015 22-Aug-2015 14:03
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Insured?  Your excess is probably cheaper than paying for it outright or risking doing it yourself and making the situation worse.



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  Reply # 1372017 22-Aug-2015 14:14
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Good idea, I'll check 

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