Macbook Charger Broke?
Hey, guys my dog's water bowl accidentally spilled on my charger. Now it said the battery wasn't charging. I am currently on 31 percent. Can anyone give me advice on what to do? I really don't want to go buy a new one it's expensive.
- Boris 24Lv 79 months ago
You really do not have a lot of choices:
1.fix it yourself
2.if you can not - buy new.
- DavidLv 79 months ago
You spends hundreds or a thousand dollars on a Macbook. It makes sense to buy decent Macbook charger rather than a cheap chinese knockoff which could damage your expensive Macbook
- RobsteriarkLv 79 months ago
Your charger is not safely saveable so must be replaced.
A good used charger costs much less than a new one, and I cannot recommend any of the off-brand models.
When I needed a new MagSafe 2 charger for my MacBook Pro I bought a used replacement at relatively low cost from CEX. If they operate in your country then I highly recommend them: everything they sell has a “no quibble” 2 year warranty.
Make sure that the power output quoted in Watts (W) on the replacement charger is at least as high as on your broken charger. Many off-brand chargers are either far too low an output, or claim to be high-output but simply don’t match the output they claim to have. Many off-brand MagSafe chargers also lack the thorough safety-protection of the genuine Apple product so you risk not just your MacBook but also your home and life if they catch fire.