[rescue] WTB: 2006 24" iMac Power Supply

Steve Hatle shatle at nfldinet.com
Fri Mar 7 09:25:58 CST 2014


Not a bad idea - i guess I could try and suss out what's coming out
the internal side of the PS. 

Likewise, it seems the PS is pretty
straight-forward. Looking at pics,
it might be as simple as looking for failed
caps/components and
replacing them.


-------- Original Message
Subject: Re: [rescue] WTB: 2006 24" iMac Power Supply
From: Lionel
Date: Fri, March 07, 2014 9:12 am
To: The Rescue List
<rescue at sunhelp.org>

Good except for PS iMacs are quite bountiful around here
- there could
quite a market for third-party power bricks in my opinion.
Is a. 'Hacked' power supply even possible? Everyone likes to describe
iMacs as
laptops without batteries, could a laptop PS be somehow put into

> On Mar 7, 2014, at 8:57 AM, "Steve Hatle"  wrote:
> I've been
"gifted" with a 2006 24" white iMac with what seems to be a bad
> power
> Auction site prices are around $130-$150, which is more than I want
> pay to bring this guy back. If anyone has an organ donor please let me
know your price shipped to 55057 (southern MN). If I don't find one, this
guy is destined for the Mpls. FreeGeek. I'd consider parting things out
first if you need something from it.
> Mac model A1200/EMC 2111
> PS part
number: 661-4183
> Thanks,
> Steve
> rescue list -
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