Battery issue for macbook pro 2018

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kxcci

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My macbook pro 13 inch 2018 had its logic board replaced just last week because it wouldn't turn on. I'm an extremely heavy user so I didn't question the replacement.
Today, however, the battery wouldn't charge. I checked my power cable and outlet and they seem to work fine. I can't turn my laptop on because even if I leave it charging for 30 minutes, it'll show me the low battery icon when I try turning it on.
Any help or suggestions? Is a battery replacement my only solution now?
 

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It may be that the person that replaced the board didn’t connect the battery. You should go back to them to check it
 

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It may be that the person that replaced the board didn’t connect the battery. You should go back to them to check it
Oh okay! The battery was working/charging fine since the past week and suddenly started being problematic. I'll take it back to them ASAP. Thanks!
 

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Oh okay! The battery was working/charging fine since the past week and suddenly started being problematic. I'll take it back to them ASAP. Thanks!
I should have said connected correctly and maybe it has come loose since you got it. Good luck!
I assume it’s an Apple Authorized Repair Technician?
 
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