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Do you know which caddy to buy?


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I am fixing up a 20" iMac and need to replace the hard drive. The hard drive was previously removed and the caddy is gone. I went to the web and saw there are several styles and designs. I don't know which one to get. The model number is:
MA589LL/A

I also need some torx screws that are missing. Any advice for the caddy? Thanks everyone!
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Check iFixIt.com - they have tools to determine your specific revision and they sell parts specific to your model too.

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iMac G5 20" 1.8 GHz Hard Drive Bracket - iFixit
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iMac G5 17" (EMC No. 1989) Hard Drive Assembly (922-6789, 922-6788, 922-6790) - iFixit

So these are the two options from that website. I'm not sure which on. Mine is not a G5
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Thank you. iFix it shows two possible brackets, and both are for G5s. I have the intel Mac core duo 2. Anyone know for sure which one it is?
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