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Before you replaced the battery was the system also only running off of the charger alone?
-It would have been nice to have gotten a CoconutBattery output before you has replaced the battery. I wonder if you really had a different issue from the start.
+It would have been nice to have gotten a CoconutBattery output before you had replaced the battery. I wonder if you really had a different issue from the start.
The USB-C MUX (U3200) chip may have problems telling the charging MOSFET to enable so the battery gets charged. This is a logic board level issue not a battery and clearly the system is able to gain power from the USB-C port/s just not switching the logic to power the charge of the battery.

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Editado por: Dan ,

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Before you replaced the battery was the system also only running off of the charger alone?
It would have been nice to have gotten a CoconutBattery output before you has replaced the battery. I wonder if you really had a different issue from the start.
-The USB-C MUX (U3200) chip may have problems telling the charging MOSFET to enable so the battery gets charged. This is a logic board level issue not a battery and clearly the system is able to gain power from the USB-C port/s just not switching the logic to power the charge the battery.
+The USB-C MUX (U3200) chip may have problems telling the charging MOSFET to enable so the battery gets charged. This is a logic board level issue not a battery and clearly the system is able to gain power from the USB-C port/s just not switching the logic to power the charge of the battery.

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Aporte original por: Dan ,

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Before you replaced the battery was the system also only running off of the charger alone?

It would have been nice to have gotten a CoconutBattery output before you has replaced the battery. I wonder if you really had a different issue from the start.

The USB-C MUX (U3200) chip may have problems telling the charging MOSFET to enable so the battery gets charged. This is a logic board level issue not a battery and clearly the system is able to gain power from the USB-C port/s just not switching the logic to power the charge the battery.

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