[Repairs] [support-gang] Development XO
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Thu May 8 17:37:30 EDT 2008
There's a folk-remedy for touchy touchpads : applying chalk dust. Can
someone with a really bad touchpad test this out to confirm?
On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 10:25 PM, Mel Chua <mel at melchua.com> wrote:
> Moving this thread to the "repairs" list (let's try to make our repair
> discussions public - the results of the conductive ink pen will probably
> be interesting to lots of people beyond support-gang.) Thanks! --Mel
> Alan Claver wrote:
> > On 5/6/08 10:00 PM, "John Gunkel" <jgunkel at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Of the two M-stock machines I have received, one of them was not
> >> remedied by a recalibration. I am going to take a quick look at the
> >> ribbon cable and see if the "circuit repair" pen (basically conductive
> >> ink) I have will do the trick. That is, if it's a bent-ribbon-cable
> >> problem.
> > I think this applies only to the dead on 1 axis trackpad issue. We've
> > several of those. Seems to be a different issue than the jumpy trackpad
> > which we've been told may be related to an ALPS manufacturing issue.
> > In my case, it's a jumpy trackpad that didn't get fixed by recalibrating
> > updating to 703.candidate. The pointer always want to jump to the left
> > center of the screen regardless of the starting position.
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