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Versión actual por: Reece ,

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Leave the chargers disconnected from the plugs for a couple of days, then try it. Sometimes magsafe chargers can disable themselves to stop overcharging a device.
 
Beyond this, I wouldn't bother repairing these. You have to break the casing in half, so it never looks great when you glue it back in place. The only reason I would consider repairing these is if the cable is frayed (but then again, I probably wouldn't bother), there are no schematics for the PCB inside the charging blockblock so it can't be properly diagnosed. You can only repair this on a basis of "component looks bad, replace it".
Beyond this, I wouldn't bother repairing these. You have to break the casing in half, so it never looks great when you glue it back in place. The only reason I would consider repairing these is if the cable is frayed (but then again, I probably wouldn't bother), there are no schematics for the PCB inside the charging blockblock so it can't be properly diagnosed. You can only repair this on a basis of "component looks bad, replace it".
 
If the 1st solution doesn't work, I would recommend just buying another from Apple.

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Aporte original por: Reece ,

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Leave the chargers disconnected from the plugs for a couple of days, then try it. Sometimes magsafe chargers can disable themselves to stop overcharging a device.

Beyond this, I wouldn't bother repairing these. You have to break the casing in half, so it never looks great when you glue it back in place. The only reason I would consider repairing these is if the cable is frayed (but then again, I probably wouldn't bother), there are no schematics for the PCB inside the charging block.

If the 1st solution doesn't work, I would recommend just buying another from Apple.

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