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My batteries were also stuck in my Apple track pad due to corrosion. I used a small flat head screwdriver to dislodge the batteries. I inserted the screwdriver between the battery and the tube - there is a slight give. Do not force it in - just gently place the head of the screw driver on the edge of the battery and move the battery - going around the battery so that it moves in all directions. The first battery quickly came out of the tube. The second battery was a bit trickier - but it came out in less than 30 seconds. I then used the flat head of the screwdriver to remove corrosion buildup in the tube. Do it gently and scrape the inside of the battery tube - you will see buildup coming out. I replaced the batteries and had no problems connecting the track pad to the Mac.