After trying to hunt down a cause for my MacBook Pro continuing to drain battery at an astonishing rate of 5-10% per hour (I'm talking lid closed, system idle) and sifting through every app and piece of software I run to see if it was continually running in the background despite the system being idle, and after an exhaustive test I haven't found anything to be consistent hog of power. But... Today I realized one of my USB-C ports went out. Can't charge with it or interface with it in any way (doesn't recognize drives, etc). Could my battery drain be the cause of a faulty logic board? The two have to be correlated, no?