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I believe (from reading other discussions about this problem which I am currently experiencing as well) that the "power brick" is the square block of the charger unit itself.
 
I have the white unibody macbook with the battery that you aren't supposed remove yourself.
 
The battery will hold a 100 % charge. But no lights come on the magsafe connector when attached and I don't think it charges when no lights show on the magsafe.
 
If left attached while the battery is disconnected the green light will come on and the computer will run off the charger.
 
Reconnecting the battery will see the green light return, change to yellow and then back to green when 100% charged.
 
Unplug the charger and again when plugged back in nothing happens until the procedure is re-enacted.
 
I will try the tips listed above and report back.
 
I've gone through the first set of steps and it seems to have worked like a charm.
 
I am at 83% charge and riising. The ultimate test will be to unplug the charger and see if it works when plugged back in. I don't know if I should do it now at 84% or wait until fully charged. So,I'll try it now...
 
Partial success-the orange light came on dimly but didn't stay on very long and it didn't even begin to charge. Removing the connector and plugging it back in is back to no light whatsoever and no charge.
 
Now to try the second set of instructions...
 
Nope. Nothing. Back to completely unresponsive. unplug the battery and it will start up on the charger with the green light on. Connect the battery and it shows charging.
 
IfI ever figure out what's causing this I'll report back.

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Editado por: Robert Earnest ,

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I believe (from reading other discussions about this problem which I am currently experiencing as well) that the "power brick" is the square block of the charger unit itself.
 
I have the white unibody macbook with the battery that you aren't supposed remove yourself.
 
The battery will hold a 100 % charge. But no lights come on the magsafe connector when attached and I don't think it charges when no lights show on the magsafe.
 
If left attached while the battery is disconnected the green light will come on and the computer will run off the charger.
 
Reconnecting the battery will see the green light return, change to yellow and then back to green when 100% charged.
 
Unplug the charger and again when plugged back in nothing happens until the procedure is re-enacted.
 
I will try the tips listed above and report back.
 
I've gone through the first set of steps and it seems to have worked like a charm.
I am at 83% charge and riising. The ultimate test will be to unplug the charger and see if it works when plugged back in. I don't know if I should do it now at 84% or wait until fully charged. So,I'll try it now...
Partial success-the orange light came on dimly but didn't stay on very long and it didn't even begin to charge. Removing the connector and plugging it back in is back to no light whatsoever and no charge.
Now to try the second set of instructions...

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Postagem original de: Robert Earnest ,

Texto:

I believe (from reading other discussions about this problem which I am currently experiencing as well) that the "power brick" is the square block of the charger unit itself.

I have the white unibody macbook with the battery that you aren't supposed remove yourself.

The battery will hold a 100 % charge. But no lights come on the magsafe connector when attached and I don't think it charges when no lights show on the magsafe.

If left attached while the battery is disconnected the green light will come on and the computer will run off the charger.

Reconnecting the battery will see the green light return, change to yellow and then back to green when 100% charged.

Unplug the charger and again  when plugged back in nothing happens until the procedure is re-enacted.

I will try the tips listed above and report back.

Status:

open