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Battery not recognized after liquid damage

Hi, took this logic board out of a Macbook air 11'' mid 2013 model, the MacBook works fine, except the battery won't charge, the macbook doesn't even want to see the battery, battery sign doesn't even come on , on the desktop.

Need some help finding out the faulty component on the logic board.

Ive got the schematics and board view

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I have this problem with my macbook air. I took it to an Apple affiliated store and they want $599 to fix it. If you can get help with this, please help! Thanks!

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I think, that the problem might be in the battery, you should check the battery /motherboard connector. That usually might be little bit out of it’s position. The motherboard seems to be clean. It does not have any problems, as I can see.

  • You should check the connections
  • if you have another macbook / mac, you should try the battery with that macbook / mac
  • The liquid damage could even damage the battery ( like it might be dead, if a little bit of water went into connections ), so you should look a bit into that also

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