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MacBook Pro won't turn on after battery replacement

I replaced the battery in a mid 2012 macbook pro.

When I plug the magsafe in there is no color on it, but the two fans start to run. The speed on the fan go up and down.

Can anyone help me with this?

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Why did you replace the battery? Was the system working before?

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Well. The mac didn´t work without a charger..

I think it might be the SMC but I hope not :P

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So we have no back story here just a dead mac? And you decided to just replace the battery? You really need to do some basic diagnostics before you take action. Otherwise you're just playing 'Wack a Mole'

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Hi I need your help!!

Recently my Mac died, it was causing me problems before it was dead. It use to turn off and not turn on for a few minute and then holding the power button for 5 seconds would turn it on and it would restart the Mac and some error would show. Unfortunately the last time it did that it never turned on again so I ordered a new battery and replaced it. After replacing the battery there is absolutely no indication that the computer is turning on or has life. No backlight no fan no nothing can anyone give me an answer of what the actual problem could be and how I can fix it ?

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If you haven't replaced the battery yet lets NOT DO THAT!!

Instead lets walk through a basic diagnostic process to find out whats wrong:

  • You need to ask the customer for some level of background info like what happened when it stopped working, Did the system get banged or dropped? Did the system encounter a liquid spill and when. Did it get wet from rain or sitting down on a wet surface?
  • Next inspect the system for physical damage what do you see?
  • In laptops inspect the MagSafe connections and the MagSafe charger do they look good? Refer to this Apple T/N: Apple Portables: Troubleshooting MagSafe adapters making sure the adapter is the correct one and the cord and the connector ends are in good shape.
  • Test their adapter with the system what happens. Test the system with your known good adapter what happens
  • If the system has an onboard battery tester try it out what does it show
  • Listen... Do you here the fans
  • Do an SMC reset and check again any sound?

Now lets get the answers and post them here under each bullet point.

Update (02/01/2018)

OK, so the MagSafe connector was dirty which is why it was having troubles.

When you replace a battery you need to let the system charge the battery fully, then you need to drain it fully and do a SMC reset. We do this again a second time! This calibrates SMC to learn the low point of the battery. Without going through this calibrating process you can encounter odd behavior of the system shutting down (sleep mode and/or deep sleep mode depending on what you have set in energy saver).

How to reset the System Management Controller (SMC) on your Mac & Use the Energy Saver settings on your Mac

Here's some other sites run down on battery calibration:

I would also down load this free app: CoconutBattery This is the goto to see whats happening with your battery, MagSafe & the systems charging logic.

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First I must say I really appreciate your help and advice @danj

Thank you so much.

A little update first: I got the mac to start up, and it works fine with the charger. And now the magsafe has right colors. It don´t work without the charger tho. Even with new battery.

To your bullet points:

1: Battery status was: Replace Now. The battery last for about half an hour. Worked fine with charger. No damage or liquid to the mac.

2: No physical damage. No sign inside mac either.

3: I disconnected the magsafe connection and cleaned it (might have been the reason it started now)

4: Works now, so thats not an issue.

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6: Works now, but the fan did start when the charger was connected.

7: Works now.

So the question now is, why don´t it work without charger.. Battery shows 45% but are not going up..

You might have other tips? :P

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Ok. But the problem is that the mac shut down when I unplug the charger. When the charger is connected the battery status is standby on 45%. Shows that it charging tho.

Will check the app tomorrow.

Thanks

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If it's shutting down you have a charging logic issue.

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Thank you for all the help @danj :)

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I have a Macbook pro mid 2010 I have had a problem with my battery the Mac only worked with the charger cable plugged in as soon as u unplugged the cable the Mac would shut off? So I bought and replaced the battery and went to turn the Mac on I got nothing no motors running no power lights only on the power cord at the connector, the light is green . I tried putting my old battery back in and plug the power cord in and now still the same I got nothing it does not turn on or make any sounds so I put the new battery back in put the charger cable on it and left it overnight I tried it the next day held the button in for over 10 seconds tried pushing the power button quick still nothing what should I do or what happened?

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I am having the exact same issue, I could copy and paste your question because my problem is identical. I wish someone would provide an answer.

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I am having this issue as well. I have a 2012 MacBook Pro SSD retina. My battery was old and it would not charge unless kept plugged in, so I changed the battery to a new one.

When I first plugged it in the charger came on Amber and my computer loaded. Then after a while it turned off the charge light and Mac and will not charge or come back on?

I also tried to remove the back and try the old battery and still nothing will not turn on. What you to do now?

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Same here. My battery wouldn’t hold a charge for more than an hour. I bought a new one from ifixit. I have seen lots of posts about new Mac batteries not being recognised and wonder if their batteries are really no good? They are a total nightmare to replace. Then to have it not work after that expense and work tells me it’s better not to bother. There seems no answers to this issue so if you’re thinking of replacing your MacBook Pro battery, I’d advise against it. Better to put the money into a non-apple product that makes their peripherals to last.

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