URGENT macbook pro retina mid-2014(15inch) Wierd noise under track pad

Persian-apple

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so My macbook pro produces this wierd Buzzing sound,sounds Like its producing gas Or something its Like when gas blows Rather than a transistor sound(its a mix of high pitched and transistor high pitched buzzing sounds
It doesnt over heat
Jve only repaired the logic board once (at the apple genius bar) and never replaced the battery

It doesnt over heat where the track pad is located just a Static Sound that sound like Leaking and I hope im wrong I dont even know how battery leaks sound But it doesnt sound like transistors and As far as I know theres nothing ither than battery there

And theres no apple store here so checking It at an apple store is not an option

You guys are my only source

Theres absolutly No over heating problems Or relatively no performance issues with this just this Buzzing sound incant describe
[doublepost=1520218586][/doublepost]I Put the mac to sleep by closing the lid and The noise was Probably 80-90percent gone I opened the lid to wake it up
And It first make a high pirltched noise then The static(semi-unchanging) hissing/buzzing sound started again

Im not in a position to be able to repair This or even check thisnOut i just need to know If its safe using this or not
Thanks you guys
This forum has helped me alot over these years
[doublepost=1520218693][/doublepost]And i kept my mac plugged in (always at 100percent for the past few month)
That is ,If that should matter which id ont think it does
Plugging in Wont change the sound the noise is the same on battery and while poligged in
 

Samuelsan2001

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so My macbook pro produces this wierd Buzzing sound,sounds Like its producing gas Or something its Like when gas blows Rather than a transistor sound(its a mix of high pitched and transistor high pitched buzzing sounds
It doesnt over heat
Jve only repaired the logic board once (at the apple genius bar) and never replaced the battery

It doesnt over heat where the track pad is located just a Static Sound that sound like Leaking and I hope im wrong I dont even know how battery leaks sound But it doesnt sound like transistors and As far as I know theres nothing ither than battery there

And theres no apple store here so checking It at an apple store is not an option

You guys are my only source

Theres absolutly No over heating problems Or relatively no performance issues with this just this Buzzing sound incant describe
[doublepost=1520218586][/doublepost]I Put the mac to sleep by closing the lid and The noise was Probably 80-90percent gone I opened the lid to wake it up
And It first make a high pirltched noise then The static(semi-unchanging) hissing/buzzing sound started again

Im not in a position to be able to repair This or even check thisnOut i just need to know If its safe using this or not
Thanks you guys
This forum has helped me alot over these years
[doublepost=1520218693][/doublepost]And i kept my mac plugged in (always at 100percent for the past few month)
That is ,If that should matter which id ont think it does
Plugging in Wont change the sound the noise is the same on battery and while poligged in

Your Mac has a solid trackpad with a Taptic Engine, known as a force trackpad, his is a little motor that buzzes so it fells like a click on the trackpad, it sounds like yours may be loose and buzzing. It should be safe but you may lose some feedback, you could try tap to click that may stop it buzzing so much.
 

jerryk

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Your Mac has a solid trackpad with a Taptic Engine, known as a force trackpad, his is a little motor that buzzes so it fells like a click on the trackpad, it sounds like yours may be loose and buzzing. It should be safe but you may lose some feedback, you could try tap to click that may stop it buzzing so much.

I thought force touch and haptic feedback did not ship until the 2015 MacBook Pros.
 

Persian-apple

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I thought force touch and haptic feedback did not ship until the 2015 MacBook Pros.
Yeah It doesnt have force touch its a static Kinda Like a White noise mixed with buzzing and Nopenits probably not batteryleak cause when the device is charging while the computer is shut down it makes no noise if it was the battery then it would make some noise

Its Annoying sometimes this Mac is almost 4 years old and Well,it might just be normal for old macs i dont know guys
 

jerryk

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Yeah It doesnt have force touch its a static Kinda Like a White noise mixed with buzzing and Nopenits probably not batteryleak cause when the device is charging while the computer is shut down it makes no noise if it was the battery then it would make some noise

I don't know if no sound while charging rules out the battery starting to expand into the keyboard and/or trackpad. I would take it to a shop and see what they say.
 

Persian-apple

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Aug 16, 2012
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I don't know if no sound while charging rules out the battery starting to expand into the keyboard and/or trackpad. I would take it to a shop and see what they say.
Heres no body i now that can figure it out butni would say its Probably the system which delivers the power to the logic board(from
The battery)internal battery is sort of an internal powerbank i guess

It might be The cause for it but since it performs normally(it always Runs of dedicated gou Cause the Iris pro fails if its on for too long took it to apple store years ago replaced something,problems the same
And Since i turn the Auto GPU switching off there are no problems It performs 100% fine) do i need to worry?
 
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