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MacBook Pro - Nen REvised Logic Board messed up my battery

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My MBP was sent to Apple to have the Logic Board replaced and other parts to deal with the ehat and whine.

I got it back and now the battery cuts out when the percentage level reaches 32% and won't turn back on. And starting yesterday if it is run from the battery it will randomly turn off and not turn back on.

It only started doing this once they replaced the Logic Board. I have rung Apple and they are sending me a replacement battery. Would of been nice if their Techs at Apple Care actually tested this out before sending it back to me.

MacBook Pro 2GHz 15"
1 Gig Ram. Serial starting: W86093
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call them up, they will send you a new one.
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