Problem with laptop battery

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vanessa1977vanessa1977 Forumite
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Hello I purchased a Macbook in Oct 2021 with one year apple warranty. The battery is no longer charging, and when I click on the battery icon, I get the message "Service recommended: The battery is performing normally, but its ability to hold a charge is less than when it was new. You may want to consider replacing the battery". It still works fine when plugged in. Estimated cost on the website is £129 as it is out of the one year warranty. I have had Macbooks before and never had this issue, is there any consumer law that would cover this? TIA


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