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-First I would make sure the MagSafe chargers cord and connector are in good shape often charging problems are related to a damaged cord or connector. Do you have any cuts, bumps or exposed wires in the cord? If you do you'll want to throw the charger away and get a new one.
+First I would make sure the MagSafe chargers cord and connector are in good shape often charging problems are related to a damaged cord or connector. Do you have any cuts, bumps or exposed wires in the cord? If you do you'll want to throw the charger away and get a new one.
-Next I would clean the contact surfaces of both the charger and the computer with a slightly dampened cotton swab (Q-Tip) with isopropyl alcohol making sure the contact surfaces where clean. Also inspect them for any damage do the pins and the contacts look shiny and the plastic not melted. If not you'll need to replace the adapter or DC-In board.
+Next I would clean the contact surfaces of both the charger and the computer with a slightly dampened cotton swab (Q-Tip) with isopropyl alcohol making sure the contact surfaces where clean. Also inspect them for any damage to the pins and the contacts look shiny and the plastic not melted. If not you'll need to replace the adapter or DC-In board.
If these are both OK, I would then reset the SMC following this Apple T/N: [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201295|Reset the System Management Controller (SMC) on your Mac].
Hopefully that fixes things.

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-First I would make sure the MagSafe chargers cord and connector are in good shape often charging problems are related to a damaged cord or connector. Do you have any cuts, bumps or exposed wires in the cord? If you do you'll want to throw the charger away and get a new one. New I would clean the contact surfaces of both the charger and the computer with a slightly dampened cotton swab (Q-Tip) with isopropyl alcohol making sure the contact surfaces where clean. Also inspect them for any damage do the pins and the contacts look shiny and the plastic not melted. If not you'll need to replace the adapter or DC-In board.
+First I would make sure the MagSafe chargers cord and connector are in good shape often charging problems are related to a damaged cord or connector. Do you have any cuts, bumps or exposed wires in the cord? If you do you'll want to throw the charger away and get a new one.
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+Next I would clean the contact surfaces of both the charger and the computer with a slightly dampened cotton swab (Q-Tip) with isopropyl alcohol making sure the contact surfaces where clean. Also inspect them for any damage do the pins and the contacts look shiny and the plastic not melted. If not you'll need to replace the adapter or DC-In board.
If these are both OK, I would then reset the SMC following this Apple T/N: [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201295|Reset the System Management Controller (SMC) on your Mac].
Hopefully that fixes things.

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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First I would make sure the MagSafe chargers cord and connector are in good shape often charging problems are related to a damaged cord or connector. Do you have any cuts, bumps or exposed wires in the cord? If you do you'll want to throw the charger away and get a new one. New I would clean the contact surfaces of both the charger and the computer with a slightly dampened cotton swab (Q-Tip) with isopropyl alcohol making sure the contact surfaces where clean. Also inspect them for any damage do the pins and the contacts look shiny and the plastic not melted. If not you'll need to replace the adapter or DC-In board.

If these are both OK, I would then reset the SMC following this Apple T/N: [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201295|Reset the System Management Controller (SMC) on your Mac].

Hopefully that fixes things.

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