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gt4thug Dec 16, 2012 11:38 AM
Help iMac 800 PPC flatscreen no power up
i have an old flat screen PPC iMac that i suspect the battery failed and has been replaced, but will not boot, prior to this it had a kernel panic and now its not chirping, the fan doesnt spin or anything when booted up ( or power button pressed as to be fair its dead) i've pressed the PMU and still nothing

is there anything else i've overlooked? or is there another FAQ for checking the rest of this unit ? ie powersupply?

all help appreciated as shame to bin a perfectly good iMac and get an intel one....
 
Doc HM Dec 16, 2012 11:50 AM
Power supply seems to have failed. Pull Theron's lead out. Slowly reinsert it. If you hear a grounding click the power supply is still alive. No click, dead power supply.
 
gt4thug Dec 16, 2012 11:53 AM
yes i get a sparking click... so i suppose PSU is not dead ?

thanks for responce, any more thoughts ?
 
Spheric Harlot Dec 16, 2012 12:30 PM
I have a G4 iMac that won't boot either, mostly. The power supply gives off a steady, quiet ticking when it won't boot.

Occasionally, when I haven't hooked it up to power for a while, it will boot normally.
 
gt4thug Dec 16, 2012 12:57 PM
i've tried that and it booted , to a folder, and stopped. i shut off and its now chimes and a black screen (white LED on tho) ideas ?
 
gt4thug Dec 16, 2012 03:13 PM
a few hours of hardware re giggin and i finally get the imac to show its form.... error code 700


i have a goosed mem chip do i ? (after looking up please confirm as its the 'only' item i dont have in the house for a rebuild...)
 
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