Unable to power up after it slept
Suspecting that it's either in deep sleep, faulty power button, or fault motherboard.
Last used watching YouTube and left unattended until it slept. I managed to wake it up briefly before the screen went black and have not be able to power up since then. MagSafe seem to intermittently work but should not be a battery power issue since this event took place with almost a full charge.
Tried resetting SMC and PRAM but to no avail. Wondering if it's just a component issue that can be replaced myself.
Part replaced successfully and was able to power up! As requested, here’s the screenshots.
Above - Screenshot after plugging in
Below - Screenshot after unplugging
However while I was typing my update here, the MagSafe light went off.
I tried another MagSafe charger (a fully functional MacBook’s charger that is borrowed) and it could charge! Plugging back my own charger, the MagSafe did not light up.
Here’s a screenshot of coconut battery after the last sentence above.
I also have a lot of static on the top case. So much that I am currently typing without my palms touching it. I wouldn’t be surprised if I let my mac sleep or shut down, it wouldn’t want to boot back up again…
Update 2: 20 Jan 2019
Here’s the screenshot of what I have noted since the beginning of this issue.
Anyone with any insights to what could be the issue here (aside from checking wall outlet grounding) please feel free to comment!
Appreciate all and any time spent to help.
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