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Dan - I felt bad about using the word "wrong" from the moment I submitted the post...let´s blame it on my English skills, I definitly did not want to deny that your conclusion in most of the cases is right. I just wanted to share my experience, in which checking the battery saved me from dumping a MacBook Pro that might be outdated but with SSD and FusionDrive still beats the new MacBook of my wife...Your explanaition (cheap battery lying to coconutBattery) however makes perfectlyperfect sense...
Dan - I felt bad about using the word "wrong" from the moment I submitted the post...let´s blame it on my English skills, I definitly did not want to deny that your conclusion in most of the cases is right. I just wanted to share my experience, in which checking the battery saved me from dumping a MacBook Pro that might be outdated but with SSD and FusionDrive still beats the new MacBook of my wife...Your explanaition (cheap battery lying to coconutBattery) however makes perfectlyperfect sense...
 
So lets sum up: Check your battery, if problem is not solved, repair/replace the logic board....
 
Greetings from Munich,
 
Andreas

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Dan - I felt bad about using the word "wrong" from the moment I submitted the post...let´s blame it on my English skills, I definitly did not want to deny that your conclusion in most of the cases is right. I just wanted to share my experience, in which checking the battery saved me from dumping a MacBook Pro that might be outdated but with SSD and FusionDrive still beats the new MacBook of my wife...Your explanaition (cheap battery lying to coconutBattery) however makes perfectly sense...

So lets sum up: Check your battery, if problem is not solved, repair/replace the logic board....

Greetings from Munich,

Andreas

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open