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Magcharger Obsolescence?


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Can anyone possibly explain as to where I could get more background information on what this label means which was printed on my 1st generation MacBook Magchargers PCB (Samsung, Model: A70-B, Rev:0.1, Date:08.06.13), just because I'm starting to jump to conclusions that it may be a possible sell by date of some sort which was built-in ...really am hoping this isn't the case...
I came across it accidentally when going through another round of resoldering the wires this month...
Ever since the adapter decided to kick up a fuss second time round, it makes this low-mid range tone which cuts in and out, and seems to not hold, which then makes me think that there must possibly be an interference causing a problem in the circuitry?
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