Not switching on, and charger light is dim and flickering?
I'm in desperate need of help.
So my MacBook has died for no reason. I put it into sleep mode and closed it and when I went to work on it the next day it wouldn't switch on.
I figured the battery was dead so plugged it in, but the charger light was extremely dim and showed a flickering green/orange light. I tried my father's charger thinking that perhaps it was the chargers fault, but same result. I decided to google and do a SMC reset, but also nothing. The Mac is as dead as a doornail.
I opened up the back and disconnected the battery from the logic board. I left it disconnected for 2 minutes and while it was disconnected I plugged it into the charger. The chargers light was still dim and flickering. I unplugged the charger left the battery disconnected for an additional 2 minutes and then reconnected it. Still a dim flickering charging light.
I have noticed that there is a clicking noise coming from the charger is connected to the Mac, it seems to click with the flickering.
The battery indicator is unresponsive througout the entire process.
What can I do? Is there anything else I can do? What do you think is wrong?
Is this a good question?