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 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
Is the Magsafe plugged directly on the wall socket or a into a surge protector bar?
Also if you have any less than a 85 what charger it will over heat very easily with this computer
door Teague Sangster
Mine is plugged in surge protector bar and getting very hot after 20-30min.
door Dmitry Evtifeev
Call Apple themseleves and let them know, each apple Mac comes with a 3 year limited warranty, if they won't do anything ask to speak to a senior advisor, if they still does not work ask for a one time repair exception and if nothing please take it another place either certifed for Apple repair or not, I suggest certiefed because I am Apple Repair certifed and this sounds like a hardware failure and you can take it to a local Apple Store and tell them, more than likely we will run some tests and either replace or repair the product at no cost at all, if you have any other questions, don't be afraid to contact me.
door Christopher Root