macbook keyboard replacement

keyboard repair

Common MacBook
KeyBoard Problem

  • One or Few Keys Not Working
  • Keyboard Automatically type by itself
  • KeyBoard has a Stuck Key
  • Keyboard Typing Wrong Characters

Troubleshoot MacBook Keyboard Not Working

If you’re experiencing issues with your MacBook’s keyboard and you’re considering a replacement, here are some troubleshooting steps you can try before replacing the keyboard:

  1. Clean the keyboard: Sometimes, dust, debris, or small particles can get stuck under the keys, causing them to malfunction. Turn off your MacBook and use compressed air or a soft brush to clean the keyboard. Be gentle to avoid damaging the keys.

  2. Restart your MacBook: Occasionally, software glitches can cause keyboard problems. Restarting your MacBook can help resolve such issues. Go to the Apple menu and choose “Restart” to reboot your device.

  3. Check for software updates: Ensure that your MacBook is running the latest version of macOS. Updates often include bug fixes and improvements that can address keyboard-related issues. Go to the Apple menu, select “System Preferences,” and click on “Software Update” to check for updates.

  4. Reset the SMC: The System Management Controller (SMC) manages various hardware functions on your MacBook, including the keyboard. Resetting the SMC might resolve keyboard problems. The process varies depending on your MacBook model, so refer to Apple’s support documentation for detailed instructions.

  5. Test with an external keyboard: Connecting an external USB or Bluetooth keyboard to your MacBook can help determine if the issue is with the keyboard itself or the internal hardware. If the external keyboard works fine, it suggests a problem with the MacBook’s built-in keyboard.

  6. Boot into Safe Mode: Booting your MacBook into Safe Mode can help identify if a third-party app or software is causing keyboard issues. Restart your MacBook and hold down the Shift key until you see the Apple logo. If the keyboard functions normally in Safe Mode, it indicates a software conflict.

If these troubleshooting steps don’t resolve the issue and you’re confident that the keyboard needs replacement, it’s best to contact Apple Support or visit Esmond Service Centre to get professional assistance. They can help you determine if a replacement is necessary and guide you through the process.

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Model number is located at the bottom of your macbook. Example : A1708 / A1707 / A1932 / A2337 / A1278
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