Hello everyone, I have an early-2014 13" Macbook Air and since a couple of weeks I have some problems with the battery. It first started when the MBA suddenly shut down at around 70% battery. It never happened before but I noticed the top case was very hot, so I just let it cool down before turning it back on. I installed the Monity software to check on the battery status and overall temperature, which made me realize the fan was constantly running at around 1200rpm (which is the minimum I believe?) even when the CPU was hitting more than 80°C (with no app running) and the top case was clearly hot. I tried an SMC reset but it didn't fix the fan and made things even worse for the battery as it would not even be detected anymore (white crossed battery icon in status bar) and the MBA wouldn't turn on without being plugged. The only fix I found was to manually remove the battery, press Power button for 5 sec and put the battery back. But the fix only lasts for a few hours and I have to repeat the process every time I want the battery to be detected — it still unexpectedly turns off and I have to plug it for long uses, but I do it to prevent the CPU security lock when there is no battery detected. The battery status however shows "Replace Now", which contradicts Coconut Battery's diagnosis: I just ordered a new battery, but do you know other tricks I could try if the problem is software? I'm also scared that it doesn't only involve a battery issue in terms of hardware... Thank you!