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Rep Sony Superdrive in Flatpanel 17. Jumpers?


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Sony went bad, and I'm dropping in a Pioneer 108. (17 inch 1.25 GHz iMac) Anybody know where I can find info on the jumpers? Or should I just leave it the way it's set up?

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J

btw - Apple wanted 549.00 to replace the drive - (Plus Shipping!)
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Never mind - Popped it in, and it worked just fine!
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