It was the debris btw, I was scared to dungus reading all the bs about hardware malfunction and heating up the charger… phew, dodged a bullet there. The second time it was not the charger, and seemed to be caused by a power point with a lead near a fridge. Anyway, thank you very much for this! Come on, apple. his comment is here
This was it!!My 8 month-old had gotten her mouth on it, I knew that, but couldn't tell how she could'e damaged the charger!! hightech I over the years I have bought 3 new chargers for my 2011 macbook air..seems like the problem was that the end of the charger and the charging port on Here are the steps and what to expect in the setup process. Click Restart. More about the author
Barrel-type connector "T" style MagSafe connector "L" style MagSafe connectors MagSafe 2 connector Notes If you receive a replacement MagSafe adapter with a "L" style MagSafe connector when you previously had However then I had a conversation with someone who suggested I try the magsafe port inside the laptop itself. Jan 22, 2012 10:03 PM Helpful (1) Reply options Link to this post by macman123456, macman123456 Jan 22, 2012 10:10 PM in response to mikeborgna Level 1 (0 points) Jan 22, Thank you so much!
Reply Michelle says: February 26, 2015 at 3:52 pm Thank you so much was panicking with my computer charged at 10% such great advice very relieved 😊 Reply Jeffrey says: March Comments? This can resolve many power related issues with Macs, from strange fan behavior, to batteries not charging, the MagSafe adapter not being identified as connected or passing a charge, to the Macbook Pro Not Charging Green Light Fitrepreneur Thanx HighTechDad!
What should I do? In that case changing the outlet won't help as the adapter is still in off-mode and keeping in the outlet preserves this state. does anyone know if this is a permanent solution or if there really is some internal problem that will act up again? https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3676155?tstart=0 After reading solutions, I remembered putting a harddrive in the freezer before to make it work, so, I put my magsafe in the freezer for approximately 10 mins.
hightechdad That makes a lot of sense to me! Macbook Pro Won't Charge Comments Help! Do not ever use anything metal for this purpose. says: March 29, 2015 at 8:49 am For me it was the small, copper colored, prongs in the magnetic attachment on the adapter.
Apple is failing in the power supply department, both with smart phones, and with laptops. I figured what could it hurt to give the heat thing a try so I took out the blow dryer and heated the adapter for a few minutes and bingo I Macbook Air Charger Not Working No Light Lets see what happens when I try to get a new one out of the dealer!! Macbook Not Charging When Plugged In I asked my son to sit on the MagSafe charger while we watched the end of the movie… Sure enough, the charging light came on before the movie was over!
I did not want to go to the library . http://vicnot.net/macbook-pro/macbook-pro-ac-adapter-not-working.html Reply Nataliya says: March 19, 2015 at 2:11 am Thanks so much for the very helpful and informative guide. Reply Helen says: September 16, 2016 at 5:29 am Thanks for this tip… I thought I had a dead MacBook Pro that was going to need expensive repair to bring it But nothing works Reply Genevieve says: January 20, 2015 at 3:51 pm Step 2 saved my life! Magsafe Charger Not Working
Reply myles says: November 30, 2014 at 5:44 pm Didnt work at all as there is a fundamental design flaw where then srping loaded pins get stuck and then dont connect. Joan C. CloseSocial Media Footprints CloseSocial Media Footprints – Want the latest snapshot of my Social Media sharing? http://vicnot.net/macbook-pro/macbook-battery-icon-not-working.html I even bought a new mag safe charger..
I tried another AC outlet with the same results. Macbook Air Battery Not Charging Here are some options you can try to overcome this. Reply Amphibo says: November 20, 2014 at 8:04 am Resetting the SMC worked like a charm.
Support the HighTechDad advertisers!Thank you!Support the HighTechDad advertisers! Thank you! I’m not sure if newer power supplies have corrected this issue, but with my older MacBook Air with the original power I figured what could it hurt to give the heat thing a try so I took out the blow dryer and heated the adapter for a few minutes and bingo I Saved me money from my schooling. Macbook Charger Not Charging Thank you!!!!!!! ????????
Reply Himanshu says: June 12, 2016 at 5:16 pm Thanks, worked! Ricardo This is probably a nice article and all that but the auto-playing enterprise cloud nonsensical video made me scroll to the bottom to write this comment without even glancing at Apple has power adapters with a variety of connectors. check over here Will see next if this is the case.
Temperature shouldn't make your chargers not work (at least ones that aren't extreme.) NM Omg! You rock, Paul. I'm sure they would have tried to sell me an expensive replacement adapter.