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MacBook Air Sound Problem - Same Situation

I have the same issue, and it does seem like a cord is loose because sometimes if the sound card still works but the sound stopped working I can push the right end of the laptop down and the sound starts working again.

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This is due to accidental disconnection of wire internaly so go to an authorised dealer and repair it otherwise it can also harm to your logic board if it touch with that rate it plz

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