FS: Laptop Apple 2021 MacBook Pro (16.2-inch, M1 Pro chip with 10‑core CPU and 16‑core GPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) - Space Grey.

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Expected Price (Rs)
109999
Shipping from
Delhi
Item Condition
5 out of 5
Payment Options
  1. Bank Transfer
Purchase Date
Jan 2, 2022
Shipping Charges
Included in cost
Have you provided two pics?
  1. Yes
Remaining Warranty Period
None
Invoice Available?
No
Reason for Sale
Not require
₹1,09,999/-

Reason for sale.
Not charging. LCD and motherboard changed already. Fed up.

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Shipping via Delhivery. Can’t insure/declare above ₹50,000(for shipping). @Buyer risk.
 

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The price for an out of warranty macbook with charging issues is way too high. That too with a battery that needs replacement which alone would cost 24k.

For reference, you can get a 14 inch M1 pro model here in TE for less than 1.1L, that too with more than 4 months of warranty. I know yours is a 16 inch model with 2 more cores, but the price difference between them used is around 10-15k at max.
 
Price reconsidered. But considering the diagnostics report, issue is power/adapter ?related? Battery health(charge holding capacity @89%) is still fair/good. No point replacing it at this point of time.
 
Price reconsidered. But considering the diagnostics report, issue is power/adapter ?related? Battery health(charge holding capacity @89%) is still fair/good. No point replacing it at this point of time.
I am just curious, did you try charging with any other charger?

If so, did it charge and did it hold the charge?
 
I don’t have any other 120w charger for MacBook Pro.
Try charging with any 20W + Type C adapter, it should take charge even if it is charging at a slower rate. I have the same model and had to charge a couple times with a OnePlus charger and it worked, was painfully slow though.

Also you can use this:> https://apphousekitchen.com/ to check how much wattage the laptop is pulling from the adapter as well as how much its using.
 
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