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Macbook Air No Sound

For a month now I've had a problem with the sound on my Macbook Air stopping randomly.  Up until now, my solution has been to restart.  This has worked until today, when the speaker image on the volume is grayed out and will not even go up or down.  No output device is listed under sounds.   I have updated all Mac software and am in the process of repairing permissions, but I'm still not sure that it will be repaired. I am at the stage of it stopping periodically with horrid tinny sounds occasionally and intereferency sounds just before it drops dead.

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Sounds like one of the cables inside is not connected correctly or something along those lines so I would get apple to get it repaired ( which may cost a fair amount )

Posted on May 31, 2009

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