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So I had this exact thing happen on my 2015 retina 13 inch MBP. Last time, I had to check the battery that swelled and didn't charge ... I swapped battery out myself and voila ... mac booted with keyboard and mouse support. About 2 months later with moderate use, trackpad and keyboard stopped working again.
 
Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. After taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.
 
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again.
Update -1


Update - 1
screwing back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again.
Update -1


Update - 1
screwing back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.
 
Update - 2 Not an insulation but pressure problem. Too much pressure is being put on that ribbon cable really sucks.

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Düzenleyen: Xpl ciT ,

Metin:

So I had this exact thing happen on my 2015 retina 13 inch MBP. Last time, I had to check the battery that swelled and didn't charge ... I swapped battery out myself and voila ... mac booted with keyboard and mouse support. About 2 months later with moderate use, trackpad and keyboard stopped working again.
 
Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. IAfterAfter taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.
Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. IAfterAfter taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.
 
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again. (Update, screwing
Update -1 screwing
back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.

Update - 2 Not an insulation but pressure problem. Too much pressure is being put on that ribbon cable really sucks.
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again. (Update, screwing
Update -1 screwing
back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.

Update - 2 Not an insulation but pressure problem. Too much pressure is being put on that ribbon cable really sucks.

Durum:

open

Düzenleyen: Xpl ciT ,

Metin:

So I had this exact thing happen on my 2015 retina 13 inch MBP. Last time, I had to check the battery that swelled and didn't charge ... so I I swapped battery out myself and voila ... mac booted with keyboard and mouse support. About 2 months later with moderate use, trackpad and keyboard stopped workedworking again.
So I had this exact thing happen on my 2015 retina 13 inch MBP. Last time, I had to check the battery that swelled and didn't charge ... so I I swapped battery out myself and voila ... mac booted with keyboard and mouse support. About 2 months later with moderate use, trackpad and keyboard stopped workedworking again.
 
Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. I think the insulation on the old cables sucks. AfterIAfter taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.
Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. I think the insulation on the old cables sucks. AfterIAfter taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.
 
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again. (Update, screwing back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.
Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again. (Update, screwing back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves. Will try to insulate cable from shell but so far workin cover unscrewed but still affixed to bottom.

Durum:

open

Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Xpl ciT ,

Metin:

So I had this exact thing happen on my 2015 retina 13 inch MBP. Last time, I had to check the battery that swelled and didn't charge ... so I swapped battery out myself and voila ... mac booted with keyboard and mouse support. About 2 months later with moderate use, trackpad and keyboard stopped worked.

Took the back off, saw the battery was okay and cable was okay. I think the insulation on the old cables sucks. After taking back off, mouse and keyboard started working again.

Try this first, may buy you a few months before you have to do it again. (Update, screwing back plate back on renders trackpad and keyboard useless again. Took back off and worked again. It may be a cord insulation problem that a revision of the cable itself solves.

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