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Check the MagSafe connector interfaces on both the charger & system.
 
You want to check the middle pin on both are clean and shinny. Use a cotton swab (Q-Tip) dampened with some isopropyl alcohol (85% or better) to clean them. With the charger unplugged see if the pins on the cord depress a bit when you press them.
 
See if that helps.
 
=== Update (09/07/2016) ===
 
Your images soshow a very clean system! I don't see anything that could be cause visually. As

As
you've cleaned the mating surfaces of the MagSafe connections and they look clean and shiny we'll need to dig into the battery unit its self. This series houses the logic all within the battery assembly. You'll need to have access to a new battery unit to test things.
Your images soshow a very clean system! I don't see anything that could be cause visually. As

As
you've cleaned the mating surfaces of the MagSafe connections and they look clean and shiny we'll need to dig into the battery unit its self. This series houses the logic all within the battery assembly. You'll need to have access to a new battery unit to test things.
 
Carefully unplug your battery from the logic board and plug in the new battery unit. Make sure you have a piece of cardboard to rest the battery on as you don't want it to short out.
 
I'm suspecting the charging logic within the battery unit (the circuit board) has a problem. But before you swap out the battery assembly lets be sure.

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Editado por: Dan ,

Texto:

Check the MagSafe connector interfaces on both the charger & system.
 
You want to check the middle pin on both are clean and shinny. Use a cotton swab (Q-Tip) dampened with some isopropyl alcohol (85% or better) to clean them. With the charger unplugged see if the pins on the cord depress a bit when you press them.
 
See if that helps.
 
=== Update (09/07/2016) ===
 
Your images so a very clean system! I don't see anything that could be cause visually. As you've cleaned the mating surfaces of the MagSafe connections and they look clean and shiny we'll need to dig into the battery unit its self. This series houses the logic all within the battery assembly. You'll need to have access to a new battery unit to test things.
 
Carefully unplug your battery from the logic board and plug in the new battery unit. Make sure you have a piece of cardboard to rest the battery on as you don't want it to short out.
 
I'm suspecting the charging logic within the battery unit (the circuit board) has a problem. But before you swap out the battery assembly lets be sure.

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Dan ,

Texto:

Check the MagSafe connector interfaces on both the charger & system.

You want to check the middle pin on both are clean and shinny. Use a cotton swab (Q-Tip) dampened with some isopropyl alcohol (85% or better) to clean them. With the charger unplugged see if the pins on the cord depress a bit when you press them.

See if that helps.

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open