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Trackpad/Keyboard wont work, minimal water damage to hardware

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Alrighty so my trackpad and keyboard wont work, it's sort of crazy how this happened because theres obvious water damage, and nothing ever spilled on my laptop! The apple store confirmed my theory as well. If  you familiar with the guts of the newest macbook pro, the logic board is separate from the chip in question.  The water damaged circuit board is located center and bottom below the battery. The apple store has a flat rate to fix any hardware issue of 750 dollars which seems absolutely ridiculous. Im using the laptop right now with USB peripherals. I believe now after some research that the circuit board in question is the back side of the track pad. would this make the keyboard not work as well? is the keyboard "hardware" located in the logic board? I really hope not. The apple store guy said that i would need a whole lower case replacement (battery, keyboard, track pad, etc.) but I refuse to believe this. Also would anyone recommend fixing this myself? if I can narrow out what could/should need replacing  it will save me a lot of money and frustration. Also I might add that the force touch track pad isn't working properly is a mechanical sense. Its not clicking and feels gummy like a rocks under it or something. Thanks for your time guys!

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

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편집자: Mike Hillenbrand ,

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Trackpad/Keyboard wont work, minimal water damage to hardware

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Alrighty so my trackpad and keyboard wont work, it's sort of crazy how this happened because theres obvious water damage, and nothing ever spilled on my laptop! The apple store confirmed my theory as well. If you familiar with the guts of the newest macbook pro, the logic board is separate from the chip in question. The water damaged circuit board is located center and bottom below the battery. My first question is what is this piece called? TheThe apple store has a flat rate to fix any hardware issue of 750 dollars which seems absolutely ridiculous. Im using the laptop right now with USB peripherals. So yea, I knowbelieve now after some research that thisthe circuit board controlsin question is the keyboard and mouse because they aren't working lol. Also, the force touch heptic clicking feelingback side of the trackpadtrack pad. would this make the keyboard not work as well? is lost completely. I was wondering if the trackpad and this circuit board arekeyboard "hardware" located in the same piece.logic board? I have some experience messing with electronics like this,really hope not. The apple store guy said that i would you guys recommend me tryingneed a whole lower case replacement (battery, keyboard, track pad, etc.) but I refuse to fix itbelieve this. Also would anyone recommend fixing this myself? I'm only worried about the battery removal by which you use heat. Are there any other piecesif I should be concerned about to the bestcan narrow out what could/should need replacing it will save me a lot of anyones knowledge?money and frustration. Also I plan on bringing it to best buy for another quote. Ifmight add that the apple store dude knewforce touch track pad isn't working properly is a little more of what he was talking about or apple didn't charge suchmechanical sense. Its not clicking and feels gummy like a crazy amount I wouldn't be here :/ thanks allrocks under it or something. Thanks for your timetime guys!
Alrighty so my trackpad and keyboard wont work, it's sort of crazy how this happened because theres obvious water damage, and nothing ever spilled on my laptop! The apple store confirmed my theory as well. If you familiar with the guts of the newest macbook pro, the logic board is separate from the chip in question. The water damaged circuit board is located center and bottom below the battery. My first question is what is this piece called? TheThe apple store has a flat rate to fix any hardware issue of 750 dollars which seems absolutely ridiculous. Im using the laptop right now with USB peripherals. So yea, I knowbelieve now after some research that thisthe circuit board controlsin question is the keyboard and mouse because they aren't working lol. Also, the force touch heptic clicking feelingback side of the trackpadtrack pad. would this make the keyboard not work as well? is lost completely. I was wondering if the trackpad and this circuit board arekeyboard "hardware" located in the same piece.logic board? I have some experience messing with electronics like this,really hope not. The apple store guy said that i would you guys recommend me tryingneed a whole lower case replacement (battery, keyboard, track pad, etc.) but I refuse to fix itbelieve this. Also would anyone recommend fixing this myself? I'm only worried about the battery removal by which you use heat. Are there any other piecesif I should be concerned about to the bestcan narrow out what could/should need replacing it will save me a lot of anyones knowledge?money and frustration. Also I plan on bringing it to best buy for another quote. Ifmight add that the apple store dude knewforce touch track pad isn't working properly is a little more of what he was talking about or apple didn't charge suchmechanical sense. Its not clicking and feels gummy like a crazy amount I wouldn't be here :/ thanks allrocks under it or something. Thanks for your timetime guys!

기기:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

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원문 게시자: Mike Hillenbrand ,

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Trackpad/Keyboard wont work, minimal water damage to hardware

텍스트:

Alrighty so my trackpad and keyboard wont work, it's sort of crazy how this happened because theres obvious water damage, and nothing ever spilled on my laptop! The apple store confirmed my theory as well. If  you familiar with the guts of the newest macbook pro, the logic board is separate from the chip in question.  The water damaged circuit board is located center and bottom below the battery. My first question is what is this piece called?  The apple store has a flat rate to fix any hardware issue of 750 dollars which seems absolutely ridiculous. Im using the laptop right now with USB peripherals. So yea, I know that this circuit board controls the keyboard and mouse because they aren't working lol. Also, the force touch heptic clicking feeling of the trackpad is lost completely. I was wondering if the trackpad and this circuit board are the same piece. I have some experience messing with electronics like this, would you guys recommend me trying to fix it myself? I'm only worried about the battery removal by which you use heat. Are there any other pieces I should be concerned about to the best of anyones knowledge? I plan on bringing it to best buy for another quote. If the apple store dude knew a little more of what he was talking about or apple didn't charge such a crazy amount I wouldn't be here :/ thanks all for your time!

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2015

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