not taking charge dim gren light comes on when plug up
i have a mac book mid 2010 i luv very much. due to the fact i have it plugged most time. the mac book stop taking charge, dim green light. i have no apply store where i live, am ok in the tech depart but can stil looking to learn. what must i do to get my mac book up and running. my battery for the mac is dead. to remove the battery i have to get a screwdriver i don't have whenever i plug it up for charge the same dim green light comes on. pl help me fix this problem.
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Now a friend took it home and try two chargers and he get the same dim green light, however my system original comes with the 65w but am using the 85w charger. I have the 2011 model macbook, while he had a older version and mac pro. macbook , while my system was on i used coconut and it showed when the power is connected, the life and cycle of battery, and it would stop the charging.
Empresstoya - If you have reset the SMC (see the TN link below) and that didn't resolve the problem and using a second charger still had the problem then it's clear the issue is inside your system. - As Owen expressed it is either the charger or the DC in board is bad. And it now looks like the DC in board is the issue. Its good Coconut shows the battery and the fact it is charging. But, that still doesn't isolate out the root cause of your problem. - I suspect you have some water damage on the DC in board or the main logic board which is leaking power across one of the power transistors by the corrosion pathway. You will need to open your system to clean it. Again, I think this is not the best job to start with if you've never worked on a Mac before.
lets say my dc-in board is bad, when the battery had charge the machine would come on, while plugged up it will stop charging the battery and use the ac power. Can i turn my mac on from the jumpers on the main board cause without battery power the switch don't work... can this work....am also making time to get it to a mac Doc soon.
Empresstoya - There are switching transistors that do this, you can't by pass them with any jumper trick, sorry. It's time to bite the bullet here, theres nothing more we can offer you here.
On the computer's plug-in port... inside the computer that port has 5 or 6 tiny wires running from the plug-in port to a small jack where it plugs into the board. Perhaps one of those wires is broken. The nice thing here is, once you crack the computer open, you can actually SEE the problem rather than an invisible "electronic" problem. $8 dollar part new... If one of those wires in broken due to the constant years of heat cycling, you will see it straight off.
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