MBP Retina Mid 2015 doesn't sleep when closing the lid after Sierra upgrade

andzaytsev

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Original poster
Oct 16, 2016
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Right after I upgraded to OS X Sierra, I started having an issue when my MBP would overheat when I close the lid and put it in a bag. It seems like it doesn't go to sleep with the lid closed (not sure if the sleep mode works at all).

I have already tried resetting SMC and NVRAM. I have also tried following advice in other threads that involves running pmset -g. Here are my energy, bluetooth settings, system monitor, and pmset. I don't see anything preventing my Mac from sleeping:
bluetooth.png energy.png monitor.png pmset.png
Any ideas on how to debug/fix this issue? It's really annoying to have to shutdown my Mac every time I need to go somewhere. Thanks!
 

jerryk

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Nov 3, 2011
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Works fine (or the same as it always did) for me.

I always wait a minute or two before I stick my Mac in the case to let it cool down.
 

T5BRICK

macrumors G3
Aug 3, 2006
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Oregon
Why is it annoying to shut it down? It's takes less than a minute to turn it back on and log in again.
I mean, shutting it down and starting it up isn't that big of a deal, but at the same time I'd be annoyed if my Mac didn't sleep when I closed the lid.
 
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