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Actually it should be RT (room temperature) like all the time. Check the pins to see if one of them is getting discolored. The only reson for your converter to get hot is a bad contact creating a arc, that creates heat. Making sure the plugs sit tight (on both sides) and that none of the contact pins (on both sides) is discolored. Cleaning the pins could ...
In short no, there's no problem. Apple changed the "old" T-models with new L-models. However, they are exactly the same and I've been using a 85Watt MagSafe charger for years now as it charges much faster. Just do it, and nothing will change, except if you go from 45/60 watt to 85 (it will load faster :)). It's just a new look, the connectors are exactly ...
Should't be a problem. The interface with the computer is the same. There shouldn't be any issues with overheating or anything. I used the power brick that came with my MacBook Air 11 to power a MacBook Pro 15 all day long while I am working and I haven't had any issues except it takes a bit longer to charge.
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