Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating the Lenovo Yoga 920 laptop for reports that is has a defect resulting in a lack of sound. Owners report that a few months after purchase, the laptop can no longer produce sound. Lenovo’s forums have prescribed a number of troubleshooting steps, from making sure audio settings are properly configured, to trying every combination of driver updates and Windows re-installs. No software solution has appeared to solve the problem, and Lenovo has responded to defective laptops by replacing the motherboard, multiple times for some users. Sold at a starting price of $1,999, the Lenovo Yoga 920 is marketed as a premium laptop, yet owners report it has a hardware defect that causes the machine to run too hot and damage its internals, including its motherboard.
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