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Verisimilidude
Dec 20, 2006

Strike quick and hurry at him,
not caring to hit or miss.
So that you dishonor him before the judges





Not sure if it actually did, but this morning I noticed the sound on my Macbook pro is awful. It was fine yesterday, and since then I've moved my laptop from one place to another, but it wasn't dropped or anything. I disconnected my headphones and realized the sound on the left speaker is blown out. Sound is still fine on the right speaker, but I'd prefer if both were working!

I tried resetting the nvram but that didn't seem to fix the problem (holding command + option + P + R on startup). Any advice on this would be great! I'm not averse to replacing it if I need to if it's relatively easy. Thanks!

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DOOMocrat
Oct 2, 2003



Sketchy eBay parts and a tricky home repair or the Apple store for a few days/authorized service provider for a week are your only real options.

duck monster
Dec 15, 2004



This happened to me and then a week later the other one blew. Probably shouldnt be blasting Sleep's Dopesmoker at 100% volume on baby rear end computer laptop speakers

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