[rescue] Imac 400 DV Analog board
nimitz at nimitzbrood.com
Mon Apr 26 21:23:47 CDT 2004
Failing finding a replacement board you have a perfect opportunity for
an Applefritter as the iMac will run perfectly fine without it's shell,
tube, PAV board. ;-)
Re-box it, connect an external monitor, and away you go...
On Monday, April 26, 2004, at 08:23 PM, Andrew Weiss wrote:
> On Apr 26, 2004, at 6:26 PM, Steve Hatle wrote:
>> I've acquired a 400Mhz iMac DV that appears to need a new analog
>> board. This
>> is the "big" board that includes the flyback transformer, etc.
>> I believe, though I can't yet confirm, that this board is the same for
>> slot-load iMacs 350Mhz and above.
>> If anyone has an organ donor, or a line on that part before I peruse
>> please drop me a line.
> They are not the same across the model. There are two versions.
> P 661-2212 http://www.cloud9.net/~ajwdsp/661-2212.gif
> P 661-2315 http://www.cloud9.net/~ajwdsp/661-2315.gif
> NOTES:Exchange this board like-for-like. Identify this board by
> locating theLG logo and the following part number P/N 6870T194A1x (x =
> any number)at the top of the board. See the graphic for
> details.IMPORTANT: There are two part numbers in service stock for the
> power/analog/video boards in some of the slot loading iMac
> configurations because there are two vendors manufacturing the boards.
> Be sure to identify which board isin your iMac and order the correct
> service part. This board should bedistinguished from the Rev. 2
> Power/Analog/Video board (661-2315) which has a switch at SW901. Refer
> to ""Identifying the Rev. 2 Power/Analog/Video board in the Take Apart
> or the Exploded View chapters on ServiceSource for more
> information.Apple may substitute the Rev. 2 power/analog/video board
> (661-2315) to meet demand for orders. In those cases, make sure the
> switch at SW 901 is set for the correct monitor in your computer.
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