Early 2015 Macbook pro battery drains in sleep mode

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by CTSJATT, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. CTSJATT macrumors newbie

    CTSJATT

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    Hello guys, I have been having problems with my macbook pro early 2015 model, I have noticed lately past few weeks my battery dies 15-20% in sleep mode at night. I checked sleep log from 12:29Am when I went to sleep to 11:39 am so about 11 hours it dropped from 91 to 73% You can check the log below. I have tried everything on the internet with people having issues like this tried everything in terminal from setting TCP to 0 and everything. I even restored it all the way to brand new and I updated from EL Capitan to High sierra it just got worse, One thing I noticed is it started happening after a apple genius member ran a diagnostic in person at the apple store when I was having a issue with track pad.

    Contacted apple they said it's not hardware its the battery, but when its awake and I am using the computer the battery seems to be fine and dies like it does on average, and it only has 370 life cycles nothing close to the 1000 cycles apple tells us.

    SLEEP LOG

    2018-03-19 00:29:47 -0700 Wake Wake from Deep Idle [CDNVA] due to SPIT/UserActivity Assertion: Using BATT (Charge:91%) 46 secs

    2018-03-19 00:30:33 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Clamshell Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:91%) 4905 secs

    2018-03-19 01:52:18 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Maintenance Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:89%) 13860 secs

    2018-03-19 05:43:28 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Sleep Service Back to Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:83%) 533 secs

    2018-03-19 05:52:31 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Sleep Service Back to Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:82%) 5896 secs

    2018-03-19 07:30:57 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Sleep Service Back to Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:79%) 14854 secs

    2018-03-19 11:38:41 -0700 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Sleep Service Back to Sleep':TCPKeepAlive=disabled Using Batt (Charge:73%) 12138 secs

    2018-03-19 15:00:59 -0700 Wake Wake from Standby [CDNVA] due to EC.LidOpen PWRB/Lid Open: Using BATT (Charge:67%) 3473 secs
     
  2. LarryJoe33, Mar 24, 2018
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2018

    LarryJoe33 macrumors 65816

    LarryJoe33

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    I'd like to know as well if anyone has some tips on losing battery during "sleep", I have experienced this quite frequently. My battery is new and has three cycles on it. I lost 8% last night in a about 8 hours.

    2018-03-23 21:32:53 -0400 Sleep Entering Sleep state due to 'Clamshell Sleep': Using Batt (Charge:75%) 29366 secs

    2018-03-24 05:42:19 -0400 Wake Wake from Safe Sleep [CDNVA] due to EC.LidOpen EHC2/Lid Open: Using BATT (Charge:67%)
     
  3. CTSJATT thread starter macrumors newbie

    CTSJATT

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    Hope people would reply there is a forum out there but it was no help I also have posted on the apple community forum no reply there
     
  4. Diana Prince macrumors regular

    Diana Prince

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    Another person here who needs this answered. I have an early 2015 MBP 13 inch i5 16gb RAM. Left MBP at around 80% before bed. I wake it up and it's at 59%. My battery is also new (arrived with 1 cycle a month ago).
     
  5. abhibeckert macrumors regular

    abhibeckert

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    Run this in Terminal:

    pmset -g assertions

    That will give you a list of reasons why your Mac is not asleep right now. For example, if a video is playing that will prevent sleep, if you're currently active (keyboard/mouse movement) that will prevent sleep.

    There are other things that can also prevent sleep. In my case I seemed to be experiencing a bug with Handoff (which you can disable in System Preferences -> General) that was completely disabling sleep on my MacBook Pro. But for the last week I put it to sleep with a full battery and went to use it the next day the battery would be completely dead.

    Not sure what the bug is for — obviously handoff shouldn't disable sleep, but it showed Handoff under `pmset -g assertions` and disabling handoff made my Mac sleep normally.
     
  6. kirqe macrumors newbie

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