Introducción

This may be needed if your touchpad is not working as it usually does.

  1. Turn off laptop before beginning.
    • Turn off laptop before beginning.

    • Place the laptop upside down on a flat, stable surface.

  2. Remove the 3mm screw in the location shown, using a Phillips #1 screwdriver. Remove the 3mm screw in the location shown, using a Phillips #1 screwdriver.
    • Remove the 3mm screw in the location shown, using a Phillips #1 screwdriver.

  3. Remove the panel from the sides and pull it out at an angle towards you.
    • Remove the panel from the sides and pull it out at an angle towards you.

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  5. Remove the five 3mm screws on the battery with a Torx (T8) screwdriver in the locations shown. Remove the five 3mm screws on the battery with a Torx (T8) screwdriver in the locations shown.
    • Remove the five 3mm screws on the battery with a Torx (T8) screwdriver in the locations shown.

  6. Disconnect the power cord from the battery  by using a pair of tweezers, your fingers, or the opening tools from the iFixit pro tech tool kit. Pinch the clips on the left and right side while pulling on the cord at the same time.
    • Disconnect the power cord from the battery by using a pair of tweezers, your fingers, or the opening tools from the iFixit pro tech tool kit.

    • Pinch the clips on the left and right side while pulling on the cord at the same time.

  7. Pull the battery towards you.
    • Pull the battery towards you.

    • Make sure to pull at an upward angle.

  8. Remove the clip holding the power cord on the Touch Pad by using tweezers, your fingers, or iFixit removing tools to gently pull up on the clip.
    • Remove the clip holding the power cord on the Touch Pad by using tweezers, your fingers, or iFixit removing tools to gently pull up on the clip.

    • This should release the power cord as shown.

  9. Remove the four 3mm screws using a Phillips #1 screwdriver in the locations shown.
    • Remove the four 3mm screws using a Phillips #1 screwdriver in the locations shown.

  10. Remove Touch Pad by pulling towards you gently at a slight upward angle.
    • Remove Touch Pad by pulling towards you gently at a slight upward angle.

    • The Touch Pad is now removed and ready to be replaced.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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