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MacBook Pro Touch/Mid-2017 A1706 - 820-00923-A - NO FINGERPRINT POWER BUTTON

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  • MacBook Pro Touch/Mid-2017 A1706 - 820-00923-A - NO FINGERPRINT POWER BUTTON

    Hello, after liquid damage, its cleaned and everything is working except the fingerprint-power button. Also the battery is bloated so i have not connected it. And finally with external hdd its working fine. On the internal software its lagging extremely, this may be a software issue i have not formated it yet. Any ideas? Without the battery and without the button it turns off by itself, if i connect the button, still without the battery it doesn't turn on at all. The button itself is not sorted. Could it be an issue with the motherboard or is it a dead button?

  • #2
    Check J4900 for corrosion.

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    • #3
      i cleaned it thoroughly, but it didn't have any corrosion, and neither does the button itself

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      • #4
        Looks like bad button then...

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        • #5
          ok, any ideas about the lagging, is it software related or maybe because it doen't have the battery, but it only lags on the internal software

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          • #6
            So it works good on USB OSX?
            In this case, save internal data and do fresh OSX install.

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            • #7
              ok, thank you very much

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              • #8
                in the end it just needed a fresh install for the lagging and a new fingerprint flex button and it works fine, thank you, you can mark thsi as solved.
                Last edited by Melamanti; 09-14-2019, 04:35 AM.

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