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-This is a very expensive repair to do on your own here! Sadly Apple used glue to hold the batteries so you'll end up needing to replace them as you well (yes will!) damage them in the process to get to the trackpad. Here's an older teardown which is basically the same though the whole line: [guide|9462|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown]. Jump to Step 9 and then to Step 21 to see how difficult it will be.
+This is a very expensive repair to do on your own here! Sadly Apple used glue to hold the batteries so you'll end up needing to replace them as you well. Yes, you will damage them in the process to get to the trackpad. Here's an older teardown which is basically the same though the whole line: [guide|9462|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown]. Jump to Step 9 and then to Step 21 to see how difficult it will be.
I would strongly recommend you get your system to an Apple Store for them to fix it as it will be a lot cheaper and a lot less hassle!

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-This is a very expensive repair to do on your own here! Sadly Apple used glue to hold the batteries so you'll end up needing to replace them as you will (yes will!) damage them in the process to get to the trackpad. Here's an older teardown which is basically the same though the whole line: [guide|9462|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown]. Jump to Step 9 and then to Step 21 to see how difficult it will be.
+This is a very expensive repair to do on your own here! Sadly Apple used glue to hold the batteries so you'll end up needing to replace them as you well (yes will!) damage them in the process to get to the trackpad. Here's an older teardown which is basically the same though the whole line: [guide|9462|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown]. Jump to Step 9 and then to Step 21 to see how difficult it will be.
I would strongly recommend you get your system to an Apple Store for them to fix it as it will be a lot cheaper and a lot less hassle!

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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This is a very expensive repair to do on your own here! Sadly Apple used glue to hold the batteries so you'll end up needing to replace them as you will (yes will!) damage them in the process to get to the trackpad. Here's an older teardown which is basically the same though the whole line: [guide|9462|MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Mid 2012 Teardown]. Jump to Step 9 and then to Step 21 to see how difficult it will be.

I would strongly recommend you get your system to an Apple Store for them to fix it as it will be a lot cheaper and a lot less hassle!

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