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Having read all the posts and knowing as much as I know about Apple power supply circuits, I would prefer to build my own power supply. Apple power circuits are at best on the weak end of the spectrum and apart from being super innovative in proprietary protection are fairly basic and low end. It is all relative nonetheless. If one's benchmark is fake Hong ...
This video shows that you can use MacBook 12" 29W USB-C Power Adapter with iPad and iPhone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWzbaH24Q0Y
Although it was not exactly the same symptoms, I had many connection problems with my iPhone 5S at some point. I could use only some cables, and only in some positions. It turned out that the connector had gathered a large amount of dust (likely gathered in my pocket) that was "compressed" down the socket by plugging the cable. At some point, the thickness ...
You can monitoring your energy consumption with : iStat Menus : http://bjango.com/mac/istatmenus/ You also have some free alternative on the web The Activity Monitor http://www.tekrevue.com/tip/use-activity-monitor-energy-tab-os-x-mavericks/ And if you want to know the kW energy consumption, ArchonOSX is right.
I use a Kill a Watt to check track power consumption of household items. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00009MDBU?keywords=kill%20a%20watt&qid=1447667271&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1 By going with this you can also check other items in your household to see how much power they consume and reduce your energy use.
Apple doesn't make that and I'd bet no one else does as well. Why not fabricate a bracket to physically go over the part you need and fasten it thusly?
None of apple technical support instructions worked. Called for Apple Care Service Technician came with a brand new mother board Replaced and problem fixed. So basically it was hardware failure, which can't be answered here since the board was taken.
Move all windows from your external displays to the mbp's display Remove your display connector/s Voila, It works! If it doesnt work, Try Resetting the SMC and PRAM/NVRAM. Google about how to do that..
Magsafe cables only carry voltages ranging from 14.5 to 20 volts, which is not nearly enough to be able to feel. For more information, see this Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange question. You would not be able to touch the actual conductors anyways as the metal "wire" that is visible in this picture does not carry any current, as it is just shielding ...
There may be a issue with U7000 ISL6259 this IC is in charge of battery management. Check it also the surrounding resistors and caps.
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