Can failing to repair MagSafe cord correctly fry the logicboard?
I had this problem where the cord had to bent in a certain way in order for the MacBook to charge. I've seen a lot of self-help repair guides on how to repair the 60w Magsafe cord, but none mentioning consequences if I were to mess up the repair. In particular, if I were to solder the wires incorrectly to the wrong connectors then tried to power the Macbook with the cord connected, would I burn the logic board? Or, if I soldered the wires to the right connectors but did a poor job soldering the wires, would I burn the logic board when I try to power the Macbook with the cord connected? If not the logic board, what part would be damaged?
Thanks in advance
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