Power adapter as power source

daffputrw

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So i got Macbook Pro Early 2011 13". The battery need to be replace. I'm using an orginal power adapter as a power source. The only way to get this thing turn on is just connecting the power adapter, and when it removed the MacBook turned off. My question is, is it okay to using a power adaptor as power source? it will damaging the logic board? I'm using the mac just for browsing, spotify and Ms. Word only. Thanks before.
 
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No, you shouldn't be creating any issues using your system via it's power adapter as a main power source. It's designed to provide enough power to not only provide AC power but to charge your battery as well. Obviously under really heavy loads it may struggle, but I don't think you'll experience any side effects. I've used an old MacBook Pro like this for years without any trouble.
 
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No, you shouldn't be creating any issues using your system via it's power adapter as a main power source. It's designed to provide enough power to not only provide AC power but to charge your battery as well. Obviously under really heavy loads it may struggle, but I don't think you'll experience any side effects. I've used an old MacBook Pro like this for years without any trouble.
 

daffputrw

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Thx man, appreiciate that, so i'll be using this for next couple month, and planned to get a new battery with a new ssd to my mac:ange:

 

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