Question about Apple iMac G5 Desktop
If it isn't the power supply, some of the early G5 imacs had a capacitor failure issue...mine just died, in fact. It was just shutting off by itself, even turned on once by itself....but tonight, when it shut down, it would not restart. I opened it up and looked and sure enough, 11 bulging/leaking capacitors. My local service center says there are two options: 1. new mother board-aprox $500 or replacing the capacitors- between $170-200. Until Dec 15, 2008..this was apparently covered under a special warranty extension program Apple had....typical!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
You need to contact apple support for the same
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