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Electric Shocks

Discussion in 'Apple Forum:' started by Bryzface_, Dec 19, 2011.

  1. Bryzface_

    Bryzface_ New Member

    Whenever I plug my Macbook Pro into it's power supply to charge it.

    It electric shocks me!
    It's rather annoying...any ideas?

  2. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    Is it a 'static' type shock or a 'blow you across the room' type shock?
  3. Dave L

    Dave L Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a slight electrical issue.

    You're welcome.

    ARRIVALS Well-Known Member

    No shock is that good, I'd send it back to Apple to fix it either way.
  5. Bryzface_

    Bryzface_ New Member

    Like a static shock ahaha!

    Hmm okay!
    I've tried it on various plugs, so I'm assuming it's my cable.
    (I've had so many issues with this macbook pro, but I do love it sooo)

  6. Toppers

    Toppers Member

    I used to get that on my old Powerbook. The aluminium casing became static when I used to plug the adapter in. It became really annoying that whenever i'd shake a clients hand i'd get a shock.:icon_cursing:
  7. Bryzface_

    Bryzface_ New Member

    Oh noooo!
    Well hopefully I can get this sorted out in the new year, but I am afraid that the apple store staff in Plymouth tend to all go on 'breaks' when I arrive as they just can't seem to fix anything with my mac....genius's eyy! ;)

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