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Mac Pro - How do I replace the Power Supply..?


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I have searched everywhere, You Tube, Apple Google, various websites. Does anyone know where I can get Take-Apart instructions for this computer?

Problem I have is the computer simply does not acknowledge any internal drives or cd devices. Checking the basic power output, I have just over 2.2 volts on what I think is the 5 volt line. So I'm suspecting the Power Supply... but how do I remove it to have it replaced or serviced? Thanks for any help from anyone. sb
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See the following archived discussion from the Apple forums: Link

The discussion is about where someone can obtain a service manual for the Mac Pro. There are many links given for various articles and service hints.

Hopefully something there will help you out. Let us know.

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I'm uploading the service manual to rapidshare right now, will post the link once it's done. It's the newest version, just released a month ago. If you need any other service manuals just ask
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Here it is: RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting
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