Battery not charging. Service recommended.
I bought this MacBook Pro 13 inch retina exactly 5 years ago and it was working perfectly fine until now. But, all of a sudden it stopped working, then I plugged in the power adapter and tried to power it on, it started with a chime but took way longer than usual to boot up. On the home screen, it showed battery not charging, service recommended.
I went to store, after inspecting the Mac for just a minute they told that the battery needs to be replaced and the fare they mentioned is very high. So, I bought a battery with one year warranty and replaced it myself with the help of ifixit document. Everything is fine and the Mac booted up. Now, in the Mac home screen, same problem again, the battery is not charging even after plugging the power adapter for 12 hours continously. The cycle count of the new battery is 0.
I'm unable to understand what the problem is!! The Mac works perfectly fine with the power adapter plugged in and the magsafe light is amber. As soon as I disconnect the power adapter, the Mac stops working and shuts down.
I ran the diagnostics and the response codes were PPP003 and PPT006.
I tried different things to identify the problem:- changed the power adapter, it's still the same. Cleaned the contacts between power adapter and macbook pro, it's still the same. Reset SMC, it's still the same. Reset PRAM, it's still the same.
Please help me out!!!