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Titre:

Replace reed switch/hall effect on MacBook Pro

Texte:

Hi,
 
I have a Macbook Pro Retina (a1398), and I need some help.
 
A few days ago I closed the Macbook lid, it went to sleep, but the I opened it back, it never came back on.
 
I tried to force a restart but the power button did nothing. It seemed like the mac was dead.
 
I opened the bottom case, disconnected the battery, and connected the power cable and the mac started ... I can ear the mac chime, but the screen turns off after a second and it never shows any image.
 
I did a PRAM and SMC reset and the problem still persists.
 
I connected a external monitor and I can see everything on the external screen.
 
I tough it was a LCD issue, but then i noticed that the keyboard and trackpad stop working a few seconds after the OS boots. If I connect a external keyboard and mouse I can work normally.
 
So I believe that my Mac thinks it has the lid shut. That's why it shuts down the screen after a second or two when it boots, and when the OS boots, it shuts down the onboard keyboard and trackpad.
 
I don't know if this mac uses a reed switch or hall effect sensor. I searched Google but I wasn't able to find anything about this macbook model, so i could replace the defective part.
 
Can someone please help?
 
Thanks in advance.
 
=== Update (03/19/2018) ===
 
Hi Dan thanks for your reply,
 
The bottom cover has been off since I started having these issues.
 
Here is the result of CoconutBattery (yes, I let the battery fully discharge on as a test).
 
[image|1372341]
 
https://imgur.com/a/QoC9e

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MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

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Modifié par : Dan ,

Titre:

Replace reed switch/hall effect on MacBook Pro

Texte:

Hi,
 
I have a Macbook Pro Retina (a1398), and I need some help.
 
A few days ago I closed the Macbook lid, it went to sleep, but the I opened it back, it never came back on.
 
I tried to force a restart but the power button did nothing. It seemed like the mac was dead.
 
I opened the bottom case, disconnected the battery, and connected the power cable and the mac started ... I can ear the mac chime, but the screen turns off after a second and it never shows any image.
 
I did a PRAM and SMC reset and the problem still persists.
 
I connected a external monitor and I can see everything on the external screen.
 
I tough it was a LCD issue, but then i noticed that the keyboard and trackpad stop working a few seconds after the OS boots. If I connect a external keyboard and mouse I can work normally.
 
So I believe that my Mac thinks it has the lid shut. That's why it shuts down the screen after a second or two when it boots, and when the OS boots, it shuts down the onboard keyboard and trackpad.
 
I don't know if this mac uses a reed switch or hall effect sensor. I searched Google but I wasn't able to find anything about this macbook model, so i could replace the defective part.
 
Can someone please help?
 
Thanks in advance.
 
=== Update (03/19/2018) ===
 
Hi Dan thanks for your reply,
 
The bottom cover has been off since I started having these issues.
 
Here is the result of CoconutBattery (yes, I let the battery fully discharge on as a test).
 
[image|1372341]
https://imgur.com/a/QoC9e

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Statut:

open

Modifié par : Sérgio ,

Titre:

Replace reed switch/hall effect on MacBook Pro

Texte:

Hi,
 
I have a Macbook Pro Retina (a1398), and I need some help.
 
A few days ago I closed the Macbook lid, it went to sleep, but the I opened it back, it never came back on.
 
I tried to force a restart but the power button did nothing. It seemed like the mac was dead.
 
I opened the bottom case, disconnected the battery, and connected the power cable and the mac started ... I can ear the mac chime, but the screen turns off after a second and it never shows any image.
 
I did a PRAM and SMC reset and the problem still persists.
 
I connected a external monitor and I can see everything on the external screen.
 
I tough it was a LCD issue, but then i noticed that the keyboard and trackpad stop working a few seconds after the OS boots. If I connect a external keyboard and mouse I can work normally.
 
So I believe that my Mac thinks it has the lid shut. That's why it shuts down the screen after a second or two when it boots, and when the OS boots, it shuts down the onboard keyboard and trackpad.
 
I don't know if this mac uses a reed switch or hall effect sensor. I searched Google but I wasn't able to find anything about this macbook model, so i could replace the defective part.
 
Can someone please help?
 
Thanks in advance.
 
=== Update (03/19/2018) ===
 
Hi Dan thanks for your reply,
 
The bottom cover has been off since I started having these issues.
 
Here is the result of CoconutBattery (yes, I let the battery fully discharge on as a test).
 
https://imgur.com/a/QoC9e

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Statut:

open

Modifié par : Sérgio ,

Titre:

Replace reed switch/hall effect on MacBook Pro
Replace reed switch/hall effect on MacBook Pro

Texte:

Hi,

I have a Macbook Pro Retina (a1398), and I need some help.

A few days ago I closed the Macbook lid, it went to sleep, but the I opened it back, it never came back on.

I tried to force a restart but the power button did nothing. It seemed like the mac was dead.

I opened the bottom case, disconnected the battery, and connected the power cable and the mac started ... I can ear the mac chime, but the screen turns off after a second and it never shows any image.

I did a PRAM and SMC reset and the problem still persists.

I connected a external monitor and I can see everything on the external screen.

I tough it was a LCD issue, but then i noticed that the keyboard and trackpad stop working a few seconds after the OS boots. If I connect a external keyboard and mouse I can work normally.

So I believe that my Mac thinks it has the lid shut. That's why it shuts down the screen after a second or two when it boots, and when the OS boots, it shuts down the onboard keyboard and trackpad.

I don't know if this mac uses a reed switch or hall effect sensor. I searched Google but I wasn't able to find anything about this macbook model, so i could replace the defective part.

Can someone please help?

Thanks in advance.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Statut:

open

Message d'origine par : Sérgio ,

Titre:

Replace reed switch/hall effect

Texte:

Hi,

I have a Macbook Pro Retina (a1398), and I need some help.

A few days ago I closed the Macbook lid, it went to sleep, but the I opened it back, it never came back on.

I tried to force a restart but the power button did nothing. It seemed like the mac was dead.

I opened the bottom case, disconnected the battery, and connected the power cable and the mac started ... I can ear the mac chime, but the screen turns off after a second and it never shows any image.

I did a PRAM and SMC reset and the problem still persists.

I connected a external monitor and I can see everything on the external screen.

I tough it was a LCD issue, but then i noticed that the keyboard and trackpad stop working a few seconds after the OS boots. If I connect a external keyboard and mouse I can work normally.

So I believe that my Mac thinks it has the lid shut. That's why it shuts down the screen after a second or two when it boots, and when the OS boots, it shuts down the onboard keyboard and trackpad.

I don't know if this mac uses a reed switch or hall effect sensor. I searched Google but I wasn't able to find anything about this macbook model, so i could replace the defective part.

Can someone please help?

Thanks in advance.

Appareil:

MacBook Pro 15" Retina Display Late 2013

Statut:

open