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Versión actual por: Anton ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values:
 
[image|1693047]
 
[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Mac Fan Control]
 
Are all temperatures it reports.
 
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output.
 
Anyone with acess to a A1932 willing to help out?
 


Or
Or perhaps output of iStats scan``istats scan``:


Or
Or perhaps output of iStats scan``istats scan``:
 
[image|1693046]
 
[https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|iStats scan]
 
I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem. Does anyone know what the Ts1S is? Or where the TB0T (Battery TS_MAX) could be physically located?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Anton ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values:
 
[image|1693047]
 
[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Mac Fan Control]
 
Are all temperatures it reports.
 
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output. Or

Anyone with acess to a A1932 willing to help out?



Or
perhaps output of iStats scan:
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output. Or

Anyone with acess to a A1932 willing to help out?



Or
perhaps output of iStats scan:
 
[image|1693046]
 
[https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|iStats scan]
 
I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem. Does anyone know what the Ts1S is? Or where the TB0T (Battery TS_MAX) could be physically located?
I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem. Does anyone know what the Ts1S is? Or where the TB0T (Battery TS_MAX) could be physically located?

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. [https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Here] arevalues:

[image|1693047]

[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Mac Fan Control]

Are
all temperatures it reports.
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. [https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Here] arevalues:

[image|1693047]

[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Mac Fan Control]

Are
all temperatures it reports.
 
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output. Or perhaps output of iStats scan:
 
[image|1693046]
 
[https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|iStats scan]
 
I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Dan ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. [https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Here] are all temperatures it reports.
 
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output. Or perhaps output of ``istats scan``, [https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|here] is mine. IiStats scan:

[image|1693046]

[https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|iStats scan]

I
wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem.
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output. Or perhaps output of ``istats scan``, [https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|here] is mine. IiStats scan:

[image|1693046]

[https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|iStats scan]

I
wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Anton ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. Here[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Here] are all temperatures it reports:reports.
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. Here[https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png|Here] are all temperatures it reports:reports.
 
https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png

So
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output (oroutput. Or perhaps output of ``istats scan``) ``istats scan``, [https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|here] is mine. I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem.
https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png

So
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output (oroutput. Or perhaps output of ``istats scan``) ``istats scan``, [https://i.imgur.com/NmfqsTM.png|here] is mine. I wonder if the couple -128°C values are expected (i.e. sensors are not present in my model) or actually indicate the problem.

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Anton ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.
 
Issues which I am currently experiencing are:
 
* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)
 
From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. Here are all temperatures it reports:
 
https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png
 
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output (or perhaps output of ``istats scan``).
So my question is how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output (or perhaps output of ``istats scan``).

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Anton ,

Título:

Diagnosing SMC issue on liquid damaged A1932

Texto:

Rather unfortunately, I have spilled some coffee over a A1932 Macbook Air.

Issues which I am currently experiencing are:

* the notebook will not work on battery, only with AC power plugged in
* I experience the behavior when fan is always working at max speed and the CPU is always throttled similar to [post|424682] or [post|484717]
* apple diagnostics reports PPT006 (battery requires service) and PFM006 (SMC issue)

From what I gather, the full-on fan points to a possible issue with a temperature sensor somewhere. The most obvious guess is the battery, but in fact Mac Fan Control does report reasonable (?) battery temp sensor values. Here are all temperatures it reports:

https://i.imgur.com/Qw4Orr4.png

So my question how would I diagnose the SMC issue? Could it be caused by the battery alone (i.e. could replacing it be enough)? How would I go about checking if there are some malfunctioning temp sensors? Use some more powerful software? Maybe someone with this device could share there Mac Fan Control output (or perhaps output of ``istats scan``).

Dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13” Retina Display Late 2018

Estatus:

open