2015 MacBook - successfully replaced battery now will not charge
MacBook, early 2015. Model A1534.
Replaced battery (purchased here) several days ago. Was careful to power the laptop initially with a low power source before I turned it back on. Once on, I let it drain to 0 and shut down on its own, then turned it back on and charged it up to 100. Shut it down after that and put the computer away, thinking I was done with the repair.
Today (several days after putting the laptop away, thinking it was fixed), when I turned the laptop on, battery shows either 0 or 1%, will immediately shut down if unplugged. Power source is confirmed as reliable as I use it on another MacBook that uses USB C.
My initial response was to try resetting the SMC and NVRAM, which I think I did successfully, but I have no idea of how to determine if the 'reset' commands took.
Anyhow, after that, I just let the computer sit, powered on and plugged in, and it is still showing 1%. When I click on battery at the top of the screen it says 'service recommended' and 'battery is not charging'.
I have heard on similar posts that the charging logic within the logic board may be at fault. I am curious if this sounds like one of those cases, even with what appeared to be a successful charging of the battery after the initial repair was complete?
Really at a loss as to what seemed to happen after I put the computer away after what seemed to be a successful battery replacement :/
***06.04.22 - updated to show coconutBattery screenshot
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