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My battery was replaced last January because its full charge was at like 30% so apple replaced the battery and now the same thing happened. I called apple again and they're replacing it, but is it likely that i got two "defective batteries" or should I start to think that my logic board might be bad? I'm not really sure how to check if its the logic board though.

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Two defective batteries is a bit unusual but not impossible. However, this time ask the Apple genius to check out your mag safe charger and power input board. A defective logic board would not cause a battery to go bad.

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