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I have a MacBook that is not connecting to the power supply cord. I'm visiting my sister, and used her cord yesterday, now the cord isn't working today, and my computer's battery is completely drained. The cord is working on my sister's MacBook Pro, but not on mine. Any suggestions?

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I have a MacBook that is not connecting to the power supply cord. I'm visiting my sister, and used her cord yesterday, now the cord isn't working today, and my computer's battery is completely drained. The cord is working on my sister's MacBook Pro, but not on mine. Any suggestions?

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It's probably a good practice to only use the power supply that came with your MacBook.

What if by using your sister's power supply "yesterday" you damaged your MacBook in some way...and that's the reason why it's not working today?

Use the power supply that came with your MacBook!

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