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Wifi, bluetooth and jackWiFi, Bluetooth, USB ports & headphone jack not working on right side
Wifi, bluetooth and jackWiFi, Bluetooth, USB ports & headphone jack not working on right side

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After I dropped my mac to the floor (not very heavy drop and also inside the bag), I lost the '''WiFi''', '''Bluetooth''', most of the '''USB''' ports (those on the right side) and the '''jack sound''' is distorted speaker sound is OK. Maybe others outputs are damaged as well haven’t tested and never use them either so I haven’t bothered.

I’ve tried PRAM resetting, opened the chassis and removed and inserted the WiFi card, pushed connectors that might have been loose, but so far no success.

I have  thought about buying a new WiFi card, but I suspecting thats not the core issue here. I was then wondering if someone knew what inside the Mac was controlling these components, if it’s an easy replaceable card I can fix it, but if its down to the motherboard I might be throwing in the towel on this one.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Kind regards

Svekje

Device:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2013

Status:

open

Edit by: Dan ,

Title:

Wifi, bluetooth and jack headphone

Text:

After I dropped my mac to the flor(notfloor (not very heavy drop and also inside the bag), I lost the '''wifi''', '''bluetoothWiFi''', '''Bluetooth''', most of the '''usb'''’s(thoseUSB''' ports (those on the right side) and the '''jack sound''' is distorted speaker sound is okOK. Maybe others outputs are damaged as well haven’t tested and never use them either so I haven’t bothered.
After I dropped my mac to the flor(notfloor (not very heavy drop and also inside the bag), I lost the '''wifi''', '''bluetoothWiFi''', '''Bluetooth''', most of the '''usb'''’s(thoseUSB''' ports (those on the right side) and the '''jack sound''' is distorted speaker sound is okOK. Maybe others outputs are damaged as well haven’t tested and never use them either so I haven’t bothered.
 
I’ve tried PRAM resetting, opened the chassis and removed and inserted the wifiWiFi card, pushed connectors that might have been loose, but so far no success.
I’ve tried PRAM resetting, opened the chassis and removed and inserted the wifiWiFi card, pushed connectors that might have been loose, but so far no success.
 
I have thought about buying a new wifiWiFi card, but I suspecting thats not the core issue here. I was then wondering if someone knew what inside the macMac was controlling these components, if itsit’s an easy replaceable card I can fix it, but if its down to the motherboard I might be throwing in the towel on this one.
I have thought about buying a new wifiWiFi card, but I suspecting thats not the core issue here. I was then wondering if someone knew what inside the macMac was controlling these components, if itsit’s an easy replaceable card I can fix it, but if its down to the motherboard I might be throwing in the towel on this one.
 
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
 
Kind regards
 
Svekje

Device:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2013

Status:

open

Original post by: S A Kjer ,

Title:

Wifi, bluetooth and jack headphone

Text:

After I dropped my mac to the flor(not very heavy drop and also inside the bag), I lost the '''wifi''', '''bluetooth''', most of the '''usb'''’s(those on the right side) and the '''jack sound''' is distorted speaker sound is ok. Maybe others outputs are damaged as well haven’t tested and never use them either so I haven’t bothered.

I’ve tried PRAM resetting, opened the chassis and removed and inserted the wifi card, pushed connectors that might have been loose, but so far no success.

I have  thought about buying a new wifi card, but I suspecting thats not the core issue here. I was then wondering if someone knew what inside the mac was controlling these components, if its an easy replaceable card I can fix it, but if its down to the motherboard I might be throwing in the towel on this one.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Kind regards

Svekje

Device:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Early 2013

Status:

open