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The MacBook family was first introduced in May 2006 and replaced the iBook as Apple's consumer laptop.

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The dot on the clicker is worn out on my MacBook Unibody?

the trackpads on unibody macs have a little semi-transparent protrusion where the clicking switch is. sometimes they wear out however, and the metal coin-screw doesn't touch the clicker when you click on your trackpad.

Does anyone know how to replace it?

I have bad trackpads with the protrusions still intact. Should I transplant them, or is there another solution.

I'm trying to not buy a new trackpad needlessly.

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You must be a heavy clicker ;-}

I don't know of any means to fix this other than putting in a new trackpad assembly.

Most people wear out the pad in the early models before Apple went to glass. Haven't encountered a worn out click plate that the adjustment screw couldn't fix.

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