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I have a macbook proMacbook Pro that had the exact same problem, well that was not a problem actually.
I have a macbook proMacbook Pro that had the exact same problem, well that was not a problem actually.
 
Does it happen when you lift or move your macbook pro while turned on ? It probably comes from the HDD, it is called the Sudden Motion Sensor (SMS)
 
When the system detects sudden acceleration (such as when the computer is dropped). It disengages the disk heads from the hard disk platters, preventing data loss and drive damage from a disk head crash. As it must be really fast when it hit the floor for example, it produces the "click" sound.
 
If you want to make sure that it's the reason why it clicks, hold your mac while powered and shake it a little, if it clicks, that'll be ok.

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I have a macbook pro that had the exact same problem, well that was not a problem actually.

Does it happen when you lift or move your macbook pro while turned on ? It probably comes from the HDD, it is called the Sudden Motion Sensor (SMS)

When the system detects sudden acceleration (such as when the computer is dropped). It disengages the disk heads from the hard disk platters, preventing data loss and drive damage from a disk head crash. As it must be really fast when it hit the floor for example, it produces the "click" sound.

If you want to make sure that it's the reason why it clicks, hold your mac while powered and shake it a little, if it clicks, that'll be ok.

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