Question: Macbook pro overheating charger.
Hi everyone, I have a problem.
Today I noticed my macbook pro, which was connected to a magsafe charger, wasn't charging.
I went to remove the charger and plug it back in, but it was so hot at the connector it burnt my finger.
I used the cable to remove it so not to burn myself more, and unplugged it from the wall.
The charger is fairly new after my old one failed. I checked there was nothing causing a short in the actual macbook connection part, and couldn't see anything.
Any ideas what is best to do? I don't want to buy another charger if it is just going to happen again, but will be lost without my laptop.
It is a macbook pro 13 inch mid 2010 model.
Thank you for your help.
MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2010), OS X Mavericks (10.9.2), null