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New replacement battery not charging

Hi. I replaced my battery just less than a month ago with an ifixit replacement battery and today it suddenly says that its not charging. The computer runs fine (albeit a bit slow) when the mag safe power adapter is plugged in but turns off as soon as it is unplugged. I have tried resetting the SMC and the PRAM with no results. The light on the power adapter is amber and changes to green for a second when I reset the SMC. Reading other questions here it seems like it might be a faulty battery but I just wanted to check before seeking other options. Below is a screen shot of what Coconut battery tells me about it. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks in advance.

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Check your charger is the cord damaged in any way? Make sure the MagSafe connector is also clean and not damaged both the cord end and the socket.

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Hi Dan. The rubber insulation is damaged around the end that plugs into the computer however it's been like this for ages. It also shows that the computer is running off the power adapter. Would that mean its all good?

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Thats not good! Your adapter needs to be replaced. While it might have worked for awhile the insulation between the wires slowly breaks down. Then what can happen is the voltage lines short to one wire signal wire. This in turn can damage your systems logic board.

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As Dan stated above, it could be the charger.

Does it charge when the Macbook is powered off?

If you’ve checked that, i’d say the battery is at fault.

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Hi Gilian. The LED remains orange when the macbook is powered off but does not seem to charge. If I unplug the cord and then plug it back in it restarts the computer automatically and does not wait for the power button to be pressed. Any ideas?

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