Note to @maflynn, I felt this would get lost in the main thread but if you think it's better merged then that's fine. Edited to make clearer: I thought it might be a good idea to see if there's any pattern with these keyboard issues, and if there are any solutions people have come across. If you would like to discuss the problem, or share your frustration please use this thread https://forums.macrumors.com/thread...-clicking-sound.2022399/page-41#post-24716650. If people could note where and when they are having the issues using the poll above, it should at least serve as a visual guide for any common areas of issue. If your keys fall over 2 or more areas then vote for each one. This only needs to be a general consensus on where issues are more prone. If anyone has found a solution, or a temporary fix. Please post that below. If your only solution has been to have the keyboard replaced then please post below. Or if you've gleaned any insights from discussions with Apple regarding the problem, feel free to post that too. Please again post general frustrations into this thread https://forums.macrumors.com/thread...-clicking-sound.2022399/page-41#post-24716650. - I have a theory that the keys are of such small tolerance that when warmed up they're expanding against their container. Or that even a small spec of dirt is enough to cause this issue. Therefore if we see a lot of keys in only a certain area effected, then it could be an indication of a design flaw. If however it's completely random, it's more likely to be individual manufacturing defects. Either way I hope this could provide some solid indication in order to advise people if they need to have a replacement. As it would appear the main discussion is fuelled by frustration and anger at Apple support, instead of trying to work out if there's a genuine flaw or not. And if people are searching to see if others are experiencing issues then there should be a visual reference or indication that they are not alone, hopefully with a few things to try before sending their computer in for repair.