Hey; I have a Mid 2010 15" MBP, happily using it with no problems. Original magsafe adapter with the brick decided not to work right after a few weeks from starting to heat up ridiculously at the MagSafe magnet metal side. Because it was so darn expensive I got a non-apple, counterfeit MagSafe, was ok for 7-8 months and then it died. Having learned a lesson, I got a brand new Apple Magsafe adapter despite the price around February-March 2013. A few minutes ago, I was on my Mac while it was plugged in, then I heard a pop sound with some light coming out from where the brick was, followed by a weird burnt smell. Macbook stopped charging of course. Plugged everything out immediately. Now I'm contemplating around on whether to get a 4th MagSafe for a 4+ year old laptop. (which I happily use btw and assume that I can still use for more than a year if it stays the same) Would Apple replace it for free? Obviously it's not my fault. If not what are my options? Thanks.