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MacAir Wi-Fi is not connecting as usual

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I have ruled out it is not my Internet service for Wi-Fi is working on my iPhone and iPad. However, Wi-Fi is not automatically connecting on my MacAir like it used too. To resolve the issue, I am unable to find a way to enter an IP address so Wi-Fi can connect to the Internet. Please advise.
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