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Current version by: Kay-Kay Clapp ,

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''Sounds like you're on the right track.'' Though usually it would take a fall or rather hard jarring of the laptop to dislodge that cable (it should be locked down).
-'' Another possible cause is battery swelling.'' If the charge is not holding, or if there's strange/unusual charging behavior, the battery could be the cause.
+'' Another possible cause is battery swelling.'' If the charge is not holding, or if there's strange/unusual charging behavior, the [https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Mac/MacBook-Air-13-Mid-2010-to-Early-2015-Replacement-Battery/IF188-113-1|battery] could be the cause.
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Edit by: Marty Rippens ,

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''Sounds like you're on the right track.'' Though usually it would take a fall or rather hard jarring of the laptop to dislodge that cable (it should be locked down).
-'' Another possible cause is battery swelling.'' If the charge is not holding or if there's strange/unusual charging behavior the battery could be the cause.
+'' Another possible cause is battery swelling.'' If the charge is not holding, or if there's strange/unusual charging behavior, the battery could be the cause.
''If this Answer is helpful '''please remember to return and mark it '''Accepted.''

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Original post by: originalmachead ,

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''Sounds like you're on the right track.'' Though usually it would take a fall or rather hard jarring of the laptop to dislodge that cable (it should be locked down).

'' Another possible cause is battery swelling.'' If the charge is not holding or if there's strange/unusual charging behavior the battery could be the cause.

''If this Answer is helpful '''please remember to return and mark it '''Accepted.''

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