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    Battery charge problem on mb pro
    hey,
    I've got my macbook pro for 5 month now
    and max charge is on 97%, max capacity 94% and 31 cycles.
    I keep draining my battery every month,
    it's normal only 5 month?
    what can I do?

    Thanks!

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    Yeah I've done all what's needed
    like draining the battery every month...

    Help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amgtech View Post
    like draining the battery every month...

    Help?
    If you're worried, take it to Apple...
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    ok tnx

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