Battery will not charge. MagSafe adapter remains green?
Model: Macbook Pro 17 (A 1229) , 2,4 GHz - 2007
System: OSX Mavericks
Battery: Replacement Battery (not original) 11.1 V, 6600mAh (73 Wh)
- Health: 98%
- Cycles: 5
- Charge 83%
After some heavy workload I did with the MacBook Pro (heating up quite well), next day I found the following problem:
Battery will not charge. Battery is currently at 83% load. The LED of the MagSafe adapter (original) remains green. Mac works with MagSafe adapter cable attached to computer. Mac shuts down when only used with battery power although it is at 83% load. Mac will not power on without MagSafe power supply. Mac works fine without Battery in body case - only with MagSafe power supply attached.
I tried: Resetting the System Management Controller (SMC) - did not resolve the problem.
My hardware guess to fix it:
- MacBook Pro 17" (Model A1229) Left I/O Board
- MacBook Pro 17" (Models A1212/A1229) Battery Connector
Can anybody help - or had the same problem - and do you know, how to fix it?
Help is much appreciated, Dirk
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Same thing happened to my Macbook Pro Charger
Serial Number: 9G522076KD3MB
Device Name: bq20z451
Pack Lot Code: 0
PCB Lot Code: 0
Firmware Version: 201
Hardware Revision: 2
Cell Revision: 158
Charge Remaining (mAh): 5348
Fully Charged: Yes
Full Charge Capacity (mAh): 5592
Cycle Count: 229
Battery Installed: Yes
Amperage (mA): 0
Voltage (mV): 12282
the charger is always on green light and the percentage won't increase but it won't decrease either if it's remained plug, but when I unplugged it the percentage goes down while using the laptop. I've read some comments that sound stupid but it sure did worked.
I unplugged the charger for a few minutes and let my battery run down to 90% then when I plugged it back the light finally turned orange and began charging.
- de Andrew Quintos