I suggest that you get the battery replaced ASAP. I was having some terrible issues with mine and they sent me out a new one with no problem. I'd be nervous after that recent article about the MacBook battery that caught on fire.
The story goes that the battery was not holding proper charge, underperforming, system was randomly shutting down, would not power up on occasion, etc and then it caught on fire. I had all the same symptoms but I avoided a fire.
Last edited by DrewNL; Mar 13th, 2007 at 03:24 AM.
Any AASP will replace the battery for you, assuming the unit is under a year old and under warranty. (batteries over a year old are not covered, even under APP, as it's classified as a wear and tear item.)
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