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Versão atual de: John ,

Título:

Battery not charging while laptop is powered on

Texto:

Recently my macbook won't charge unless it is powered off.

I have tried resetting the SMC and the issue persists. At first resetting the machine's PRAM would allow it to charge normally but recently this has stopped working.

If I shut down the laptop and allow it to charge for ~20 mins then power the laptop on it will charge normally.

If I remove the charger before the laptop fully charges and plug it back in the laptop will stop charging and the battery will slowly begin to drain while showing the message below:

[image|892104]

If the battery is at 100% and I remove the charger then plug it back in it will stay at 100% no matter what I do however if I allow it do drop by a single percent then plug it back in the battery will slowly drain to 0% at which point the laptop powers off.

The MagSafe LED behaves normally, it is orange when the battery is <100% and green once it reaches 100%.

I have tried replacing the DC-In board but that made no difference.

Here is the hardware information menu:

[image|892106]

[image|892118]

I have scoured the internet and have not been able to find a single case of this happening to anyone else. I have similar cases and most them involve liquid damage which I am certain is not the case with my laptop, it has never had any liquid damage and I cannot see any signs of it after looking at the (bottom side of) the logic board.

Here are pictures of the bottom side of the motherboard and the battery's logic board:

[image|892109]

[image|892111]

[image|892117]

[image|892113]

[image|892114]

[image|892116]

[image|892115]

[image|892112]

[image|892110]

[image|892108]

Top of motherboard:

[image|892504]

[image|892505]

[image|892507]

[image|892506]

[image|892502]

[image|892503]

[image|892501]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open

Resposta Aceita:

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Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Battery not charging while laptop is powered on

Texto:

Recently my macbook won't charge unless it is powered off.
 
I have tried resetting the smcSMC and the issue persists.

At
At first resetting the machine's pramPRAM would allow it to charge normally but recently this has stopped working.
I have tried resetting the smcSMC and the issue persists.

At
At first resetting the machine's pramPRAM would allow it to charge normally but recently this has stopped working.
 
If I shut down the laptop and allow it to charge for ~20 mins then power the laptop on it will charge normally.
 
If I remove the charger before the laptop fully charges and plug it back in the laptop will stop charging and the battery will slowly begin to drain while showing the message below:
 
[image|892104]
 
If the battery is at 100% and I remove the charger then plug it back in it will stay at 100% no matter what I do however if I allow it do drop by a single percent then plug it back in the battery will slowly drain to 0% at which point the laptop powers off.
 
The magsafe lightMagSafe LED behaves normally, it is orange when the battery is <100% and green once it reaches 100%.
The magsafe lightMagSafe LED behaves normally, it is orange when the battery is <100% and green once it reaches 100%.
 
I have tried replacing the DC inDC-In board but thisthat made no difference.
I have tried replacing the DC inDC-In board but thisthat made no difference.
 
Here is the hardware information menu:
 
[image|892106]
 
[image|892118]
 
I have scoured the internet and have not been able to find a single case of this happening to anyone else. I have similar cases and most them involve liquid damage which I am certain is not the case with my laptop, it has never had any liquid damage and I cannot see any signs of it after looking at the(bottomthe (bottom side of) the logic board.
I have scoured the internet and have not been able to find a single case of this happening to anyone else. I have similar cases and most them involve liquid damage which I am certain is not the case with my laptop, it has never had any liquid damage and I cannot see any signs of it after looking at the(bottomthe (bottom side of) the logic board.
 
Here are pictures of the bottom side of the motherboard and the battery's logic board:
 
[image|892109]
 
[image|892111]
 
[image|892117]
 
[image|892113]
 
[image|892114]
 
[image|892116]
 
[image|892115]
 
[image|892112]
 
[image|892110]
 
[image|892108]
[image|892108]
 
Top of motherboard:
 
[image|892504]
 
[image|892505]
 
[image|892507]
 
[image|892506]
 
[image|892502]
 
[image|892503]
 
[image|892504][image|892505][image|892507][image|892506][image|892502][image|892503][image|892501image|892501]
[image|892504][image|892505][image|892507][image|892506][image|892502][image|892503][image|892501image|892501]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open

Editado por: John ,

Título:

Battery not charging while laptop is powered on

Texto:

Recently my macbook won't charge unless it is powered off.
 
I have tried resetting the smc and the issue persists.
 
At first resetting the machine's pram would allow it to charge normally but recently this has stopped working.
 
If I shut down the laptop and allow it to charge for ~20 mins then power the laptop on it will charge normally.
 
If I remove the charger before the laptop fully charges and plug it back in the laptop will stop charging and the battery will slowly begin to drain while showing the message below:
 
[image|892104]
 
If the battery is at 100% and I remove the charger then plug it back in it will stay at 100% no matter what I do however if I allow it do drop by a single percent then plug it back in the battery will slowly drain to 0% at which point the laptop powers off.
 
The magsafe light behaves normally, it is orange when the battery is <100% and green once it reaches 100%.
 
I have tried replacing the DC in board but this made no difference.
 
Here is the hardware information menu:
 
[image|892106]
 
[image|892118]
 
I have scoured the internet and have not been able to find a single case of this happening to anyone else. I have similar cases and most them involve liquid damage which I am certain is not the case with my laptop, it has never had any liquid damage and I cannot see any signs of it after looking at the(bottom side of) the logic board.
 
Here are pictures of the bottom side of the motherboard and the battery's logic board:
 
[image|892109]
 
[image|892111]
 
[image|892117]
 
[image|892113]
 
[image|892114]
 
[image|892116]
 
[image|892115]
 
[image|892112]
 
[image|892110]
 
[image|892108]

Top of motherboard:


[image|892504][image|892505][image|892507][image|892506][image|892502][image|892503][image|892501]
[image|892108]

Top of motherboard:


[image|892504][image|892505][image|892507][image|892506][image|892502][image|892503][image|892501]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: John ,

Título:

Battery not charging while laptop is powered on

Texto:

Recently my macbook won't charge unless it is powered off.

I have tried resetting the smc and the issue persists.

At first resetting the machine's pram would allow it to charge normally but recently this has stopped working.

If I shut down the laptop and allow it to charge for ~20 mins then power the laptop on it will charge normally.

If I remove the charger before the laptop fully charges and plug it back in the laptop will stop charging and the battery will slowly begin to drain while showing the message below:

[image|892104]

If the battery is at 100% and I remove the charger then plug it back in it will stay at 100% no matter what I do however if I allow it do drop by a single percent then plug it back in the battery will slowly drain to 0% at which point the laptop powers off.

The magsafe light behaves normally, it is orange when the battery is <100% and green once it reaches 100%.

I have tried replacing the DC in board but this made no difference.

Here is the hardware information menu:

[image|892106]

[image|892118]

I have scoured the internet and have not been able to find a single case of this happening to anyone else. I have similar cases and most them involve liquid damage which I am certain is not the case with my laptop, it has never had any liquid damage and I cannot see any signs of it after looking at the(bottom side of) the logic board.

Here are pictures of the bottom side of the motherboard and the battery's logic board:

[image|892109]

[image|892111]

[image|892117]

[image|892113]

[image|892114]

[image|892116]

[image|892115]

[image|892112]

[image|892110]

[image|892108]

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2013

Status:

open