Unless Best Buy's Geek Squad includes what was replaced in the packaging my 2016 13" NTB macbook pro will be returning in, I'll have to call them to see exactly what had to be replaced. On to what happened! So, last Monday night, I had my laptop hooked up to my monitor using this Satechi adaptor, that I had been using for about 2 weeks every day. I use the second port to keep my laptop charged since the adaptor's power supply is meant for the weaker macbook. Now, normally before getting off I would unplug it from the adaptor/disconnect it from the monitor's HDMI cable rather than leaving it hooked up over night even if the monitor and everything powers off on it's own from inactivity. A week ago though I forgot and left everything as is, that being my laptop on a shelf on my desk safely away from any sort of drinks but plugged into the charger and adaptor with the monitor still connected. I woke up Tuesday morning (Valentines Day woohoo), to discover my laptop turned off and refusing to boot on no matter what I tried to fix the problem as described online. I took it back to Best Buy after owning it for maybe a month now and they sent it in. Following the Geek Squad tracking online, on the 15th there was a part determined as needing to be replaced, although no mention of the part. If I call and find out what part had to be replaced, can anyone here help me determine what caused the part failure? For example I've heard many things about how USB-C accessories are commonly not made up to spec and can even cause serious problems. Should I look into a new USB-C adaptor/hub to use when I get my laptop back? Also, should I be concerned my files are gone or would they have called me?