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Well, it's like this... Is the glass half full or half empty?
 
The reason the old battery stopped the noise is it has swelled up so it's pressing on the trackpad. The new battery is OK!
 
Because of the damage, the old battery caused your trackpad now has a bit of flex which can be fixed quite easily by carefully turning the adjustment screw. Review Step10 in this guide: [guide|15235]. That should fix it.
 
=== Update (04/23/2018) ===
 
@@xcelr8t - When the original battery was installed day one it was the exact same size as your new battery.
@@xcelr8t - When the original battery was installed day one it was the exact same size as your new battery.
 
But! Over time as the battery is used gases buildup inside and the battery expands. In some cases the battery will expand so much it will split the system apart! Here we have a slightly distorted uppercase which is why the trackpad is loose.
But! Over time as the battery is used gases buildup inside and the battery expands. In some cases the battery will expand so much it will split the system apart! Here we have a slightly distorted uppercase which is why the trackpad is loose.
 
Here's a bulging battery in a MacBook Air:
 
[image|1431638]
 
This is the difference between two batteries:
 
[image|1431640]

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Well, it's like this... Is the glass half full or half empty?
 
The reason the old battery stopped the noise is it has swelled up so it's pressing on the trackpad. The new battery is OK!
 
Because of the damage, the old battery caused your trackpad now has a bit of flex which can be fixed quite easily by carefully turning the adjustment screw. Review Step10 in this guide: [guide|15235]. That should fix it.
 
=== Update (04/23/2018) ===
 
When@ When the original battery was installed day one it was the exact same size as your new battery.
When@ When the original battery was installed day one it was the exact same size as your new battery.
 
But! Over time as the battery is used gases buildup inside and the battery expands. In some cases the battery will expand so much it will split the system apart! Here we have a distorted uppercase which is why the trackpad is loose.
 
Here's a bulging battery in a MacBook Air:
 
[image|1431638]
 
This is the difference between two batteries:
 
[image|1431640]

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Modifié par : Dan ,

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Well, it's like this... Is the glass half full or half empty?
 
The reason the old battery stopped the noise is it has swelled up so it's pressing on the trackpad. The new battery is OK!
 
Because of the damage, the old battery caused your trackpad now has a bit of flex which can be fixed quite easily by carefully turning the adjustment screw. Review Step10 in this guide: [guide|15235]. That should fix it.
 
=== Update (04/23/2018) ===
 
When the original battery was installed day one it was the exact same size as your new battery.
 
But! Over time as the battery is used gases buildup inside and the battery expands. In some cases the battery will expand so much it will split the system apart! Here we have a distorted uppercase which is why the trackpad is loose.
 
Here's a bulging battery in a MacBook Air:
[image|1431638]
 
This is the difference between two batteries:
[image|1431640]

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Message d'origine par : Dan ,

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Well, it's like this... Is the glass half full or half empty?

The reason the old battery stopped the noise is it has swelled up so it's pressing on the trackpad. The new battery is OK!

Because of the damage, the old battery caused your trackpad now has a bit of flex which can be fixed quite easily by carefully turning the adjustment screw. Review Step10 in this guide: [guide|15235]. That should fix it.

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