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Reply richard says: January 22, 2015 at 12:42 pm my battey charged witht the mag cgarger took about 3 days now full charge but soon as i unplug the mains power Charges up and everything! nichttilly 71,675 views 6:18 New Macbook Pro can't walk & chew gum at same time(watch wifi + USB = fail) PART 1 - Duration: 1:19:59. Also, if not the SMC or power adapter its usually the mag safe board inside the computer which is way cheaper than the MLB. his comment is here

Oct 19, 2012 3:09 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by frederic1943, frederic1943 Oct 20, 2012 12:46 AM in response to Ksmithdesigns Level 6 (9,985 points) Oct 20, Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. Will see next if this is the case. More» See More + Comments Login or Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

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Please add an item to your order. The image below demonstrates how a tiny piece of something blocking a connection can be hard to see, so check closely. (Note the tiny metallic particle that is snuggly tucked into any ideas? The charger socket on my computer is dented.

Reply Jason says: February 5, 2015 at 12:23 am You have just made me a believer. Thank you for the simple yet effective advice! Strange issue. Macbook Pro Not Charging Green Light My MacBook battery was down to 3% so it is almost like my MagSafe didn't have enough grunt to get it charged up.

Reply jefdeg says: January 4, 2015 at 2:40 am I have a dead battery and I try everything I read but no one is working ? Reply Briana says: January 9, 2015 at 3:22 am YOU ARE A LEGEND!!! Every day checking for an appointment at my local store to no avail. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203207 Apple is failing in the power supply department, both with smart phones, and with laptops.

Plugged everything back in and orange light came on!! Macbook Charger Not Charging And yes, these steps are the same for any MacBook Air or MacBook Pro with a built-in battery and a magnetic MagSafe charging adapter. 1: Verify the MagSafe is Plugged In Sometimes it can be a hardware fault, although that is pretty rare. Follow the below links for professional support: Locate local Apple Store or Authorized Repair Apple MacBook support   Extend your MacBook battery life up to 13hrs, and never worry about finding

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THX! Reply Islamuddin Noor says: September 14, 2015 at 7:55 pm It worked!! Macbook Charger Not Working No Light and presto, light came on and it started charging. Macbook Air Charger Not Working Reply JB says: October 11, 2014 at 1:24 pm Did and it worked ..

Thanks once again Reply Tina says: December 9, 2015 at 10:26 am Thank you soo much!! http://itenlightenment.com/charger-not/macbook-air-power-charger-not-working.html I thought why not give the insides a good cleaning. Unless the adapter continues to exhibit this behavior on a known good outlet, it does not need to be replaced. Do not attempt to repair an adapter cable in this state. Macbook Not Charging When Plugged In

Please try again later. I still have a green light lit on the charger and the Macbook Air will not come on. It sounds silly, but you need to make sure that the MacBook is actually plugged in. weblink Also, check for any flaws or frays in the adapter.

In any case, it might be that draining the computer battery completely is a way of resetting the SMC. Macbook Pro Won't Charge Worked perfectly! On removing it with a toothpick, it started working again.

Thanks for the tips.

He or she will likely walk you through many of the steps outlined above, but will also be aware of software and hardware issues specific to your configuration, such as what Enjoy this tip? If you find damage on any portion of the MagSafe power cable, there's a good chance that it's causing your MacBook battery to not charge. Macbook Air Battery Not Charging Sign in 197 10 Don't like this video?

and presto, light came on and it started charging. Yanked at the middle pin a few times. These spikes may trigger the adapter's over-voltage protection circuits which, similar to the temperature sensor, will shut off the adapter to prevent damage to the component circuitry. http://itenlightenment.com/charger-not/macbook-air-battery-charger-not-working.html But eventually I got it, put it all back together and it bloody well works!!!

Be sure to check us out on Twitter and the CNET Mac forums. Plugged it back and perfect! Help me pls :) Reply Jürg says: June 7, 2016 at 8:44 am Hey man it worked fine….thanks a million! (now just got to get the screen-issue sorted out!) Regards Jürg Unplugged from walk and disconnected charger from computer for about 3-4 min.

Reply Tev says: September 8, 2016 at 5:40 am Thanks so much. Then this pops up and I thought ah what the hell. cant believe that this turned out to be the problem. It was the debris btw, I was scared to dungus reading all the bs about hardware malfunction and heating up the charger… phew, dodged a bullet there.

Skip navigation Sign inSearch Loading... I then went to borrow a cord from a friend and it was charging fine, so I thought it must be my MagSafe. Reply Maggie says: April 21, 2015 at 8:54 pm You are a miracle worker! Sometimes yo uneed to wait a little longer before replugging.

I tried another AC outlet with the same results. TheApplefanman 20,835 views 7:11 Loading more suggestions... Check Your Settings In System Preferences, select the Energy Saver pane and review your preferences. They appreciated that information.

I really didn't think you all were serious. Apparently even a little cold (or pretty much none at all) can cause the metal to shrink ever so slightly inside the adaptor, and cause it to malfunction. Working...