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El trackpad de escritorio de segunda generación lanzado por Apple el 14 de octubre de 2015. Modelo A1535.

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I have a Magic Trackpad 2 with a swelling lithium battery

Is there a replacement battery available for the Lithium Ion battery in my Magic Trackpad 2?

I recognize that this swelling is a potential fire hazard.

Further information: The battery is a TIS 2217-2548 Apple South Asia (Thailand) Limited Product, Lithium Ion Polymer Battery

Another question: Will the Magic Trackpad 2 operate with the battery disconnected or removed as long as it is plugged into my MacBook system?

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My Magic TrackPad 2 Lithium Ion Polymer battery swelled to the point where it detached the bottom plate of the unit!

I decide to remove the battery from the unit. I detached the plug unit from the circuit board and the bottom plate was free A little glue softener allowed the three patches of double stick tap holding the battery to a black aluminized heat sink on the bottom plate to detach and the battery is free.

When I put the bottom plate back on (without a battery) and plugged it in to my keyboard. It works perfectly with the exception that I am getting a low battery symbol beside the Bluetooth rune on dashboard.

if you "carefully" remove the lithium ion polymer ion Battery from your Magic Trackpad 2 you can go on using it just not as a stand alone wireless device. Why Apple saw the need to do away with the 2 AA batteries in the old Trackpad for the lithium ion polymer battery is beyond me

Anybody have source for a replacement for a TIS 2217-2548 3.78Vdc 2024mAh battery in the USA

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You can get a battery for the Magic Trackpad 2, but I have only been able to find listings on AliExpress, or similar so I cannot speak to the reliability of these parts.

As for whether it can run on USB cable alone, with no battery, I’m not sure. I’ve honestly never tried. It logically makes sense that it would. But my logic is by no means infallible.

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^ What they said. On small devices it's a crapshoot whether it will work without a battery or not. You'd think that sensible design practices would say it should be able to work on AC power or battery for anything that incorporates charging, but I have a few things that have proved that's not always the case.

My electric shaver, for example, won't run if the battery is dead, even when it's plugged in to the outlet; not until it's charged enough that the battery can run the motor.

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@dadibrokeit ^ What she they said. Please and thank you. :)

And yes. It's nonsense sometimes what will run straight off the wall adapter, with no battery, and what won't.

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Ah, my apologies. Corrected now.

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@dadibrokeit I get it. Pronouns are a weird thing. And not readily obvious.

Although, honestly, I appreciate that you used she/her… which sounds weird given that I have eschewed “feminine” signifiers being used for myself. But I get “bro” and “man” so often in repair spaces that I almost just let it slide. So many people affiliate repair knowledge with “masculinity” and it was nice to see that isn’t always the case </rant about my gender and not so vaguely misogynistic trends in repair spaces>.

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Here's the needed battery: TIS 2217-2548 Lithium Ion Battery (AliExpress)

Desmontaje del Magic Trackpad 2

You can try, post Renault!!

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My Magic TrackPad 2 Lithium Ion Polymer battery swelled to the point where it detached the bottom polymer (styrene?) plate of the unit!

Before the battery bag slits and the battery possibly catches fire I decide to remove it form the unit. I detached the plug unit from the circuit board and the bottom plate was free A little glue softener allowed the three patches of double stick tap holding the battery to a black aluminized heat sink on the bottom plate to detach and the battery is free.

I discovered an interesting thing about the trackpad2 when I put the bottom plate back on (without a battery) and plugged it in to my keyboard. It works perfectly with the exception that I am getting a low battery symbol beside the Bluetooth rune on dashboard.

This means that if you are willing to "carefully" remove the lithium ion polymer ion Battery (time bomb) from your Magic Trackpad 2 you can go on using it as a plugin device just not as a stand alone wireless device. Why Apple saw the need to do away with the 2 AA batteries in the old Trackpad for the lithium ion polymer battery is beyond me (except perhaps that the engineers though it was cool).

Anybody got a source for a replacement for a TIS 2217-2548 3.78Vdc 2024mAh Apple Japan battery in the USA or at least short of the PRC gray market?

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