MacBook Pro repeatedly shutting down after battery replacement
I recently replaced the battery for my Mid-2012 MBP using the iFixit battery replacement kit and instructions. Everything booted up without a hitch, worked great for about 2 hours, and then shut down randomly.
I've been able to reboot using my magsafe charger, and then unplug and run off battery power. However, this only works for about 10 minutes before the computer acts as if the battery is suddenly disconnected and shuts down again.
Things I've already tried:
- SMC reset
- PRAM reset
Anyone have suggestions? Thanks in advance!
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Weird. Is the computer getting really hot? Macs have several internal thermometers and if it gets too hot it will shut down. This can sometimes happen with non-OEM batteries although sometimes the non-OEM batteries are just as good if not better than the Apple batteries. The old MacBook Pros with removable batteries had absolutely awful reviews on the Apple website so I got a non-OEM and it was great.
It could be a Logic Board issue or a RAM problem which unfortunately is soldered onto the Logic Board with Retina MacBooks.
The only other thing I could recommend is backing up the MacBook, wiping it entirely, reinstalling the Mac OS, and seeing if the problem continues. If the problem is fixed, move your files back on.
But before anything else, try opening Console (command+spacebar and type in Console), select "system.log", and search for the word "shutdown". Maybe the logs will show us something.
This is happening to me too.
Chad Wilson 의
SMC reset seemed to fix mine though
Chad Wilson 의
One thing that helped me was reseating the keyboard connection on the LB.
Same problem here. Would help if ifixit could research and address this please.
Anthony Reid 의