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Apple MacBook Air Late 2013 i5 4GB Ram 128Gb SSD Small problem £349.00

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Here is my MacBook Air 13 inch. Late 2013 with an i5 processor and 128gb SSD hard drive. Lightning quick wee machine with the latest El Capitan installed. Comes with the charger which still has the …
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Here is my MacBook Air 13 inch. Late 2013 with an i5 processor and 128gb SSD hard drive. Lightning quick wee machine with the latest El Capitan installed.
Comes with the charger which still has the seals around it. MacBook is in good condition a few expected scrapes to be found on the bottom and a few light marks around the edges.

Now for the complicated bit- So, sometimes the MacBook will fail to wake up from sleep mode, I do not know why or how. But a few presses of the power button will make it resume again. And the same from when it is shut down. But pressing the power button repetitively will make it come on again.
I have been using this as my main machine for the last 6 months and it's never bothered me. Now that being said the past month it has been working flawlessly but I needed to mention this anyway as it may happen.
I'm really not sure what's wrong here. I did take to Apple Store Belfast Victoria square, and they took the laptop off me for a week and tried to find the problem and fix it. But they couldn't find the problem, so if they don't know what's wrong I doubt anyone does.

But that being said, when it is turned on it works perfectly, very fast smooth and a joy to use. Battery life lasts near 10 hours of web browsing.
I mainly used it for web browsing, emails and Spotify.
Any Questions just ask. I may be listing this on eBay as well and will update if I do.

Username pictures will be uploaded this evening.
I will move slightly on the price for a genuine buyer with some feedback.
Price includes postage. Knock £10 off if you're collecting.
Shipping/Payment:
Bank transfer only and posted fully insured via Courier. Or you're welcome to collect from Northern Ireland if you live local.
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks agoFeedback:21 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Edited By: MikeT on Aug 05, 2016 11:53: .
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Don't mean to crash on the thread, but I had this issue with my MacBook Air. You may have already tried this (and I'm certain that Apple should have) but I was able to resolve by resetting both the SMC and PRAM (Google it, if you don't know what I mean). Also, make sure you're on the latest version of OS X.

To be honest, if this doesn't fix it, I would go back to Apple (or the retailer you bought it from) and demand that they repair it as it sounds like a hardware issue.

Clearly if you can fix it, it will help your sale :) If you're unwilling/unable, then this may be something for a potential buyer to think about doing.

Edited By: xeroc on Aug 04, 2016 14:04
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Don't mean to crash on the thread, but I had this issue with my MacBook Air. You may have already tried this (and I'm certain that Apple should have) but I was able to resolve by resetting both the SMC and PRAM (Google it, if you don't know what I mean). Also, make sure you're on the latest version of OS X.
To be honest, if this doesn't fix it, I would go back to Apple (or the retailer you bought it from) and demand that they repair it as it sounds like a hardware issue.
Clearly if you can fix it, it will help your sale :) If you're unwilling/unable, then this may be something for a potential buyer to think about doing.


Appreciate the advice. I've tried all the resets of the day. Done all restores and firmware upgrades.
To be honest it never actually happens that often. Once a week at most , and all you do is press the button a few times. Just upgraded so just looking to sell
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Would do 320 cod not a lover of bank transfer

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Item has now been sold on gumtree

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