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Güncel sürümün sahibi: Dee Patel ,

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'''++Jo Lodewyckx++''' You are absolutely correct and spot on!!! I have been going blue in the face trying to explain this very dilema to sellers of magsafe cord all telling me it is compatible as they dont even know themselves, there was one or two selling 85W magsafes on Ali who did know about the existance and would only ship them to you if you specfied that you want a 85W cable, but they have long gone and I have given up emailing aliexpress sellers, ebay sellers all selling 60W thinking its compatible.
 
I can confirm they do exist as I have purchased a lot of the them in the past for my refurbished macbook business, wish I got more if I had known how hard they are to find.
 
60W does work with macbooks that require 85W chargers, however, if your battery is dead or no battery, the macbook will not start up, if you have a battery, you would need to wait until it has charged up a little for the macbook to power on and then slowley continue charging with the 60W, if you have no battery or battery dies completely, your macbook will never start on a 60W detected charger even tho it may be a 85W unit with a 60W cable.
 
Hope thats cleared it up for a few folks!!! (has anyone found a good source?)
Hope thats cleared it up for a few folks!!! (has anyone found a good source?)

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Orijinal gönderinin sahibi: Dee Patel ,

Metin:

'''++Jo Lodewyckx++'''  You are absolutely correct and spot on!!! I have been going blue in the face trying to explain this very dilema to sellers of magsafe cord all telling me it is compatible as they dont even know themselves, there was one or two selling 85W  magsafes on Ali  who did know about the existance and would only ship them to you if you specfied that you want a 85W cable, but they have long gone and I have given up emailing aliexpress sellers, ebay sellers all selling  60W thinking its compatible.

I can confirm they do exist as I have purchased a lot of the them in the past for my refurbished macbook business, wish I got more if I had known how hard they are to find.

60W does work with macbooks that require 85W chargers, however, if your battery is dead or no battery, the macbook will not start up, if you have a battery, you would need to wait until it has charged up a little for the macbook to power on and then slowley continue charging with the 60W, if you have no battery or battery dies completely, your macbook will never start on a 60W detected charger even tho it may be a 85W unit with a 60W cable.

Hope thats cleared it up for a few folks!!!

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