Any ideas anyone? Got a fun story for you guys.... I was walking home from University one afternoon when I was passing by a large skip, as I went past I saw something... a shiny apple logo.... Digging deeper revealed an iMac G4 800Mhz 60GB Superdrive. I scooped it up and ran home with it. As I plugged it in the LED came but there was no bong... Uh Oh, power supply.... WRONG!
I'm now staring at the logic board and believe that two voltage regulators on the Logic board are toast. I've been told that the best course of action would be to just try to grab a new Logic board, but those are like rocking horse poo around here.... and my dad is an expert Micro solderer.
So if anyone can provide me any information on the 2608 Voltage regulators at points Q13 & Q7 on an Apple 820-1257-A Logic Board... Please let me know....
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