This morning I arrived at my office and plugged in to charge my Macbook Pro Touchbar 15-inch 2016 using the original Apple AC Charger with the original Apple USB C cable. I started noticing an unusual burning smell but didn't know where it was coming from, and then I saw that my Macbook was not charging. I decided to unplug the charger from the wall and try another outlet but still it was not charging. Finally I noticed the smell was coming from the left side of the Macbook, it was the left USB C port closest to me in which I was charging the Macbook. When I unplugged the cable it had burnt marks in the pins and it still smells burnt. I tried a different charger and cable in a different USB C port and luckily it charges my mac, and my battery still works normally when unplugged from power. What I’m not sure if the "burnt port" is now damaged? I’m scared to try the damaged port with the other AC charger and cable that works in case of damaging this second charger and cable. I just tried my USB C Ethernet adapter on the "burnt port" and it’s not working and I received an OS X port overload warning. I still haven’t restarted the mac since I’m doing a Time Machine backup just in case. Maybe after restarting the port works again because there could be some kind of protection that disabled the port temporarily? What sucks is I live in Ecuador and we don’t have official Apple Stores, I bought my Mac in December in Florida. I hope that I can even find a new Apple USB C cable locally and that my AC adapter still works, who knows maybe the adapter is also damaged not just the cable? Has anyone heard anything like this happening? The cable and power adapter are both original and came with the Macbook, and they were not damaged in any way previously. Lately Apple is letting me down, I’ve been a user of many Apple products since 2002 and have converted tons of people to Apple but now products don’t even last 2 years. My first iPhone 6 I had to replace on the first day, the replacement later had a bad battery, my launch Apple Watch has a problem with a noisy haptic engine and they wouldn’t replace it, now this problem with a new Macbook with 3 months use (sorry for the rant, I love Apple but these problems are driving me crazy and I treat my personal items with great care, I guess I will never buy 1st gen products again since I'm basically a beta tester). Thanks for your help! --- Post Merged, Apr 7, 2017 --- UPDATE: My Time Machine backup has finished, I have restarted the Mac and tried the "burnt port" with my Ethernet adapter and it's not recognizing it. Apparently the port is toasted! I'm scared to try ac charger on this port. Maybe I can clean the port to make it work again? What should I use? UPDATE 2: I tried resetting the SMC, tried again the "burnt port" with my Ethernet adapter and it doesn't work. I also noticed it's unusually heating up the connector on this port, and giving off more burning smell. So I won't keep trying this port.