Macbook no power issue Repair



If you MacBook doesn’t start – you need to visit iRepex for free diagnostic. In 3 to 5 hours we will provide you free diagnostic and estimate for future repair.

Standard time to repair MacBook with “no power” problem  – up to 5 business days

How to Repair a MacBook with No Power

Even MacBook’s are not immune to having issues with their hardware or software. In fact, they may not respond when you try to power them up at all. When this happens, it can be frustrating and create a hassle for you to try to figure out why it happened in the first place. But there are some steps that you can follow to try to figure out how to repair a MacBook with No Power.

The first steps you want to do is obviously try to press the power button first. If it isn’t responding at all or is failing to boot up normally, you may be able to try to get into the Recovery Mode. Try to swap out chargers or even the power cable to see if it’s just an issue with one of those. If they are damaged this can cause your MacBook to not power up, especially when the battery is dead.

Review Your Hardware

You will want to make sure every cable is connected properly. This will allow you to scratch this off of the list of possible reasons as to why you may be having an issue powering up your MacBook.


Try a Power Cycle

If you find that your Mac is just sitting in a frozen state, and isn’t really doing anything when you press the power button you might want to try botting it with a forced restart.

Reset the Management Controller

Sometimes you may be able to reset the SMC firmware. This is one of the last resorts in trying to get your Mac to have power again. You can press and hold the shift control and option keys at the side of your keyboard then you will want to press the power button and keep all buttons held down. When you release, you may find that the system will then power own.


If none of the above tips to trying to power up your Mac have worked, and no matter what you do it just won’t turn back on. You might have a hardware problem that will require fixing form a professional. If you aren’t able to get into the recovery mode, this is a good, sure-fire sign that you might not be able to fix your issue on your own.

Once you’ve taken your Mac to a professional, who can help you try to provide MacBook no power repair services and help you to determine the nature of your problem and even discuss with you if a replacement part is needed, or if it is time to get a new system completely. It’s always a good idea to try to watch out for signs that something is wrong ahead of time to ensure you don’t have to completely replace your products.



iRepex Computers

6030 Yonge Street, Suite 02

Toronto, ON M2M 3W5

Phone:  (647) 349-0880


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