Question about Apple iMac G5 Desktop
The lower fan on my imac G5 is not kicking on thus im overheating, ive tried resetting it. nothing happens. Should I replace it? Thanks
You can check the LED lights inside the computer to see if it's a power supply problem. Apple's web site has the support troubleshooting section. You can look for the info that tells you what they each mean. What they don't tell you is how to start the computer without the back on. You will have to get the info from the web site for the rest of my message to make sense. Find the info that has the pictures of the inner part of the computer.
Then find the two small buttons one above the other to the left of the LED lights. If you press the one on top your computer will turn on. From that point at least you'll have a better idea of what the problem isn't.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Call Apple, I have a friend that had the same problem. Not sure if it's the fan or the power supplied to the fan.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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