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Just got my iBook and spent most of saturday listening to the radio on iTunes. When I came to remove my ethernet cable from the iBook I found it required quite a bit of a tug before it came out. Is this normal - anyone else find they get this?
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Mine was a pretty tight fit at first as well. Over time it will loosen up a bit. I haven't used it in awhile since now I'm using Airport which is awesome btw

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I haven't used it in awhile since now I'm using Airport which is awesome btw
It sure is. I haven't had my iBook plugged into an ethernet cable once since I bought it.

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Mine is not tight in this manner. In fact I thought it was too loose. So, I don't know what to tell you.

Airport is VERY cool, BTW.

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