Thank you for your reply Jeff. The 5 W iPhone charger and regular MacBook charger have been plugged in for several hours. When I try to boot it afterwards, nothing happens. In the beginning the battery charge symbol was there, later it was not (probably because the battery was fully drained). Is there another explanation why the battery is not charging? I have ordered a second new battery.
My second new battery is having exact the same problem. After battery drainage, when the 5 watt iPhone charger is connected, the battery led on the motherboard is on. As soon as I remove the 5 watt iPhone charger, the led turns off. When I connect my regular MacBook charger, the led does not turn on.
Do you know why my new battery is not charging and how to fix it?
I have installed a new battery, then first connected with a 5 watt iPhone charger. Subsequently, charged it with my MacBook charger to 100%. The charger was working normally. For calibration I drained the battery by normal usage until the Mac fell asleep. Five hours later I connected the charger, nothing happens. When I push the power button, the low battery symbol is shown with the symbol I should charge.
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