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Macbook Airport not working


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Hi,

I just got my Macbook back from repairs today( replaced DC board)
and now my Airport cant find any wireless networks in my area.

My iMac and iPod find them perfectly but my Macbook has nothing?

Did something get damaged during the repair or is it something i need to do?

PS: Airport is turned on.

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This is just a guess but I am wondering if when they replaced the DC In board they disconnected the Airport Antenna's and did not plug them back in. You might want to take it back in if you see no WiFi signals at all.
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Thats what i was thinking.

Ive made an Appointment for Tuesday.

Thanks for the Help

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Thats what i was thinking.

Ive made an Appointment for Tuesday.

Thanks for the Help
i have had problems with Apple Genius' not putting my equipment back together properly. i would not doubt if that were the problem. if it is the problem, make sure you take their survey and let them have it!!

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