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Repair guides, support, and troubleshooting information for the first 13-inch MacBook Air to feature Apple's Arm-based M1 SoC (with an 8-core CPU and up to an 8-core GPU). Released in November 2020 and identified by model numbers A2337 or EMC 3598.

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MacBook Won't sleep when lid is closed

Where is the lid open/closing sensing mechanism and how could it be replaced, what would I need to make it work again or where do I need to look for damages

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Sometimes we need to make an educated guess! I haven’t had to deal with the newer retina airs so I can’t tell you precisely where the Hall sensor and the magnet which is with in the lid is located.

But we do have a useful X-ray image which offers a useful clue! Reference this 2018 teardown image here we can see what looks like the magnets on the displays sides (one per each) which when closed matchup with the microphone logic board which is on the left side MacBook Air 13" (A2179, A2337 2020) Microphone I suspect the mic that’s closer to the lids edge and has the additional logic is where the Hall sensor is.

MacBook Air 13" (A2179, A2337 2020) Microphone Изображение


MacBook Air 13" (A2179, A2337 2020) Microphone


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it turns out that its somewhere in the speaker


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