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    A feed wire
    If I want to take off a feed wire from mac (I have charged battery), then two last times it's very hard to get it out there. It's like clued or something like that. I need to exert strength to get the wire out from the outlet. What has happened?
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  • Joe A
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    Re: A feed wire
    It sounds like maybe the plug has gotten bent or deformed and is getting caught when you try to disconnect it. Try it in a different outlet -- if you have the same problem there, then replace the cable.
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  • Student469162
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    Joined: Sep 20th, 2020
    Re: A feed wire
    In my mac, I only have one outlet for feed wire. It's on the left side. Does your mac have severe of them?
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  • Joe A
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    Re: A feed wire
    "Outlet" means the wall outlet -- I gather that you actually meant that you're having trouble disconnecting from the computer. In that case it could be a deformity of the cable connector or the computer port may be damaged. It sounds like your options are to try a replacement cable (and/or try the cable with a different computer), and if the problem persists with a different cable then bring the computer to a service center.
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  • Student469162
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    Re: A feed wire
    If I don't change a cable for new one or don't go to service, will that problem effect badly to my mac? Or is it a local, a port problem?
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  • Joe A
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    Re: A feed wire
    There's no way to determine anything about the physical condition of your computer's connections remotely -- if it causes you operational problems then it would seem like you'd need to have it looked at at a service center..
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  • Student469162
    Posts: 426
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    Re: A feed wire
    What it means "operational problems" ? I watch a video Love runs out by OneRepublic (Vevo), since 1.02 is too dark. Is that an operational problem, or just too darkly recorded? Can you watch please in your computer the same video and tell me is it dark, too? Other video I watch in youtube is OK by brightness.. And some more are not.
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  • Joe A
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    Re: A feed wire
    "Operational problems" meant if the problem you're having with your cable connection makes it overly difficult or impossible to do work on your computer. I can't tell from here if your computer's display is not working properly -- if you think it isn't you should have it looked at at a service center..
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  • Student469162
    Posts: 426
    Joined: Sep 20th, 2020
    Re: A feed wire
    OK. If I already will have operational problems, is it a fatal damage of mac, or temporary problem - fixing the cable and problems are gone.. ?
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  • Joe A
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    Joined: Oct 1st, 2013
    Re: A feed wire
    Again, there's no way a computer's physical/operational issues can be diagnosed remotely -- if you're having physical issues with the computer/connections then you should have it looked at at a service center..
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