Keyboard replacement program can cost you more nerves…
A [keyboard replacement program](https://support.apple.com/keyboard-service-program-for-mac-notebooks) can cost you more nerves than you can imagine.
– A week ago, 31/07/2019, I had brought my MacBook Pro to the Apple Authorized Service Provider. [[iDream]](https://idream.pl/)
– My MacBook was sent to the central, in Bydgoszcz.
– My MacBook was approved by the Replacement Program and got the whole Top Case replaced.
– Last Thursday, 08/08/2019, I received it from the Reseller Store.
– I reinstalled the whole system, like the state of art says. And what I can see… TouchID is not working.
– During the installation process, TouchID did not ask to add a fingerprint.
– While I was trying to add it manually, in _Preferences_ I got the message: “Fingerprint limit reached”.
– After Googling a little bit, we do have the following threads and it seems to be a really… common problem (!). [[appletoolbox]](https://appletoolbox.com/getting-a-fingerprint-limit-reached-error-on-macbook-pro-heres-how-to-fix-it/), [[apple-forums-1]](https://discussions.apple.com/thread/250034344), [[ifixit]](https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/550341/Maximum+Fingerprint+Limit+Reached+after+Top-Case+Replacement)
– After everything of that… I called Apple Support. Conclusions?
– I have to put my MacBook Pro to the Authorized Service Provider once again to take it fixed and it seems to be a hardware issue.