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Versão atual de: Jay Seaman ,

Título:

Does not recognize power supply and new battery is dead

Texto:

I upgraded the SSD in my 13” Macbook Pro Retina 10,2. After replacing the SSD, the system was fine for a few weeks. Then it started to got to sleep overnight, but would wake up when pressing the power key. I tried several power adapters and even ordered a new Apple power adapter. I replaced the battery since the original battery seemed “swollen” and the case clips would not engage. I have now replaced the battery, but the Mac Book won’t boot. It shows the red battery icon and the not plugged in symbol.

No lights are on at the MagSafe2 plug and I have tried again multiple power adapters.

My initial power adapter was a 3rd party adapter which would light up the amber light, sometimes even when not connected, so that adapter is now in the trash. I’m wondering if this adapter damaged either the DC In board or the logic board.

Any suggestions on troubleshooting or next steps given the Macbook won’t power on?

thanks!

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012

Status:

open

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Mensagem original de: Jay Seaman ,

Título:

Does not recognize power supply and new battery is dead

Texto:

I upgraded the SSD in my 13” Macbook Pro Retina 10,2. After replacing the SSD, the system was fine for a few weeks. Then it started to got to sleep overnight, but would wake up when pressing the power key. I tried several power adapters and even ordered a new Apple power adapter. I replaced the battery since the original battery seemed “swollen” and the case clips would not engage. I have now replaced the battery, but the Mac Book won’t boot. It shows the red battery icon and the not plugged in symbol.

No lights are on at the MagSafe2 plug and I have tried again multiple power adapters.

My initial power adapter was a 3rd party adapter which would light up the amber light, sometimes even when not connected, so that adapter is now in the trash. I’m wondering if this adapter damaged either the DC In board or the logic board.

Any suggestions on troubleshooting or next steps given the Macbook won’t power on?

thanks!

dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012

Status:

open