Generic MagSafe 2 DC-In Board A1425 fit for Apple MacBook Pro 13″ 923-0222 Retina 2012 2013


Macs have a magnetic connector between the AC adapter and laptop so they can ?yank? away safely. But they still can fail if the plug gets pushed into the laptop ? we see this when a laptop falls off a sofa or table and lands on the power connector. MagSafe is the Apple name given for their magnetically attached power connector. MacBooks since 2006 have had this type of power jack.A1425 magsafe dc jack connects to logic board and provides MagSafe 2 charging port
If your MBPR A1425 does not respond to a press of the power switch and it?s not the problem of the plug wire, then you need to check if it?s the problem of the power supply connector.
Compatibility: MacBook Pro Retina Late 2012 Early 2013 (MD212LL/A,MD213LL/A,ME662LL/A ,ME662LL/A)

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How a Laptop Power Jack Breaks
Some laptop power jacks fail below commonplace operation of your computer. After a year or two of usage, regularly inputting and pulling the charger out of the power jack or jarring the adapter back and forth at the same time as it is plugged in the laptop are generally the causes for wear and just “come loose” on sure models.
The laptop gets dropped and the cord yanks the power jack loose.
People, pets and vacuum cleaners all commute over laptop power cords on a day by day basis.
The laptop is moved around a lot. After the laptop power jack is moved back and forth enough times, it comes loose.
The laptop is dropped and the power jack gets “pushed into” the laptop.  Mac laptops can fail due to this downside.
How to Replace
Diagnose the result in of the issue; on occasion it’s the AC adapter
Provide you with a value quote for parts and labor
Disassemble the laptop down to the motherboard
Remove the motherboard from the laptop
Desolder the old broken power jack
Solder the new power jack onto the motherboard
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