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現在のバージョン作成者: Andy Moser ,

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I just had this problem and i solved it:
 
* turning it off
* removing the case
* removing all the screws and connectors on the motherboard
* taking it out
* drilling a little hole in the audiojack (make sure its exactly in the middle and from the rearside) with a 1mm-metal-drill
* with a bended paperclip i pushed the earplug tip out of the audiojack.
* Thats it!
 
Make sure you dontdon't damage the keyboardconnector (its very fragile), as iI partially did. :-)
Make sure you dontdon't damage the keyboardconnector (its very fragile), as iI partially did. :-)
 
After the hole procedure ithis whole procedure, I noticed that the fans became very loud. I just resetreseted the SystemManagementController. (there is a apple-guide for this)this).
Keep in mind, that internal components may get dusty much more faster, as there now is a little hole in the audiojack connector.
After the hole procedure ithis whole procedure, I noticed that the fans became very loud. I just resetreseted the SystemManagementController. (there is a apple-guide for this)this).
Keep in mind, that internal components may get dusty much more faster, as there now is a little hole in the audiojack connector.
 
and
keep enjoying your sound and
voilá
and
keep enjoying your sound and
voilá
 
DONE!

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オリジナル投稿者: Andy Moser ,

テキスト:

I just had this problem and i solved it:

* turning it off
* removing the case
* removing all the screws and connectors on the motherboard
* taking it out
* drilling a little hole in the audiojack (make sure its exactly in the middle and from the rearside) with a 1mm-metal-drill
* with a bended paperclip i pushed the earplug tip out of the audiojack.
* Thats it!

Make sure you dont damage the keyboardconnector (its very fragile), as i did. :-)

After the hole procedure i noticed that the fans became very loud. I just reset the SystemManagementController. (there is a apple-guide for this)

and voilá

DONE!

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