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A minor refresh of the Late 2018 MacBook Air, with the same model number (A1932) and EMC number (3184). This model features a True Tone display and a slightly revised battery.

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MacBook Pro 2018 not charging because I spilled a wine on it

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I spilled a little wine on my MacBook and it immediately stopped charging although it is working fine. I see notification that says says it has been disabled because a device is using too much power…


I have tried resting the SMC but that didn’t work. And then saw this link that could fix the error but then my Mac is off.

Is there other this I could try since the Mac is now off?

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The notification is telling you. “I am not letting any power into my charging circuit because it has a faulty component in it” This is protecting your Mac. The liquid has obviously damaged a charging circuit component. You will need to source a reputable repairer to replace the faulty component. It is no good going to Apple as they will tell you need to purchase another Mac.

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Hi! thanks for your reply. I opened the system and I saw that the connector from the port to the motherboard got burnt. Do you think this is repairable and how much it might cost?

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I’d contact The Rossman Group on this one.

https://www.rossmanngroup.com

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