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-[quote]'''I found a probable cause and solution!''' ''Once I was sure there was no warrantee in affect'' The over heating seems to come from the MagSafe connection shorting out due to corrosion build up. I used a hard plastic picker to remove as much of the corrosion as possible. Also, I took small pieces of tape and pressed them into the recessed area to remove small pieces of metal that had begun to collect to the magnet preventing a tight connection of the electrical points. When I was no longer able to get good clean points, I found just the MagSafe connector and cord on Amazon for about 10% of the original price! I used butt joint crimp connectors and shrink tubes to assemble everything! Now I keep a small piece of gaffers tape over the recessed area to keep metal bits from collecting to the magnet[/quote]
+'''I found a probable cause and solution!''' ''Once I was sure there was no warrantee in affect''
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+The over heating seems to come from the MagSafe connection shorting out due to corrosion build up. I used a hard plastic picker to remove as much of the corrosion as possible.
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+Also, I took small pieces of tape and pressed them into the recessed area to remove small pieces of metal that had begun to collect to the magnet preventing a tight connection of the electrical points.
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+When I was no longer able to get good clean points, I found just the MagSafe connector and cord on Amazon for about 10% of the original price!
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+I used but joint crimp connectors and shrink tubes to assemble everything! Now I keep a small piece of gaffers tape over the recessed area to keep metal bits from collecting to the magnet

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: scyghost7 ,

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[quote]'''I found a probable cause and solution!''' ''Once I was sure there was no warrantee in affect'' The over heating seems to come from the MagSafe connection shorting out due to corrosion build up. I used a hard plastic picker to remove as much of the corrosion as possible. Also, I took small pieces of tape and pressed them into the recessed area to remove small pieces of metal that had begun to collect to the magnet preventing a tight connection of the electrical points. When I was no longer able to get good clean points, I found just the MagSafe connector and cord on Amazon for about 10% of the original price! I used butt joint crimp connectors and shrink tubes to assemble everything! Now I keep a small piece of gaffers tape over the recessed area to keep metal bits from collecting to the magnet[/quote]

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