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Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MagSafe#Pinout|says] that the outer pins are ground and the inner pins are +16.5VDC. Your picture shows two wires -- black, and green/brown.
-By convention, black is ground, so that would make the other wire +16.5VDC -- therefore, the black wire is the outer pins and the green/brown wire is the inner pins. However, in order to avoid blowing up your expensive computer, please double-check the polarity of your power supply using a voltmeter.
+By convention, black is ground, so that would make the other wire +16.5VDC -- therefore, the black wire is the outer pins and the green/brown wire is the inner pins. However, in order to avoid blowing up your expensive computer, please double-check the polarity of your power supply using a voltmeter. (Wikipedia also says that your power supply may measure +6.86V with no load -- so the important thing to measure is the polarity.)

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Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MagSafe#Pinout|says] that the outer pins are ground and the inner pins are +16.5VDC.  Your picture shows two wires -- black, and green/brown.

By convention, black is ground, so that would make the other wire +16.5VDC -- therefore, the black wire is the outer pins and the green/brown wire is the inner pins.  However, in order to avoid blowing up your expensive computer, please double-check the polarity of your power supply using a voltmeter.

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