0 Replies Latest reply: Jan 19, 2014 1:38 PM by giveanynick
giveanynick Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

HEllo,

I have MacbookPro Early 2011 13inch i5 Aluminium body Non-removable battery.

 

Battery Information:

  Model Information:
  Serial Number:     XXXXXXX
  Manufacturer:     DP
  Device Name:     bq20z451
  Pack Lot Code:     0
  PCB Lot Code:     0
  Firmware Version:     201
  Hardware Revision:     2
  Cell Revision:     158
  Charge Information:
  Charge Remaining (mAh):     5353
  Fully Charged:     No
  Charging:     Yes
  Full Charge Capacity (mAh):     5408
  Health Information:
  Cycle Count:     328
  Condition:     Normal
  Battery Installed:     Yes
  Amperage (mA):     536
  Voltage (mV):     12531

System Power Settings:

  AC Power:
  System Sleep Timer (Minutes):     0
  Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):     0
  Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):     5
  Wake on AC Change:     No
  Wake on Clamshell Open:     Yes
  Wake on LAN:     No
  Current Power Source:     Yes
  Display Sleep Uses Dim:     Yes
  PrioritizeNetworkReachabilityOverSleep:     0
  Standby Delay:     4200
  Standby Enabled:     0
  Battery Power:
  System Sleep Timer (Minutes):     0
  Disk Sleep Timer (Minutes):     10
  Display Sleep Timer (Minutes):     0
  Wake on AC Change:     No
  Wake on Clamshell Open:     Yes
  Display Sleep Uses Dim:     Yes
  Reduce Brightness:     Yes
  Standby Delay:     4200
  Standby Enabled:     0

Hardware Configuration:

  UPS Installed:     No

AC Charger Information:

  Connected:     Yes
  ID:     0x0100
  Wattage (W):     60
  Revision:     0x0000
  Family:     0x00ba
  Serial Number:     0xXXXXXX
  Charging:     Yes

 

Problem : - System Profiler shows the battery is fully charged but Magsafe charger LED stays orange only it is not turning green after charging is complete.

 

so far I have tried following things :-

 

I have tried calibrating battery by procedure here - > http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1490

 

I have tried reseting SMC by procedure here - > http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3964

 

I have tried reseting PRam by procedure here -> http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1379


MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.5)