Thank’s Ifixit, my trackpad click was not working consistently, I had to click many times for the click to be registered. The new one fixed the problem. This is the reason I bought it from you, even if the price is a bit stiff, as support for a well done job.
For those who might be interested, I suspect the click contact was deteriorated during my recent voyage in France, where I plugged my Mac on the 220 vac through straight 120/220 adapter. As I was seated, with my bare feet on the ground, I often felt a soft tingle on my fingers as I ran them on the palm rest of the Mac. It is shortly after a little while of that that my trackpad click started to misbehave. This is highly speculative, but I see no other reason for this failure to happen, unless this click contact coincidentally happened to reach the end of its life… my Mac is 5 years old.
Once again thank you for those repair guides.
Excellent tutorial ! keep up
Be warned: Indeed, very ""slightly"" lift the LCD out of the front bezel for just ""enough"" room to pry the steel strip along the lower edge of the LCD away from the front bezel. If you lift too much there is a chance you might bend and crack the fragile aluminum bezel sides close to the lower edge. It happened to me, the glue in the lower edge was strong enough to bend the sides. I was easily able to find an inexpensive replacement bezel, but had to impatiently wait almost 1 month to get it... so be careful... and tank's for these guides.