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  1. Before you begin, position the computer face down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface.
    • Before you begin, position the computer face down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface.

  2. Using a spudger or flathead screwdriver, remove the VGA vented cover.
    • Using a spudger or flathead screwdriver, remove the VGA vented cover.

    • Remove the two screws near the flip foot.

  3. Using a spudger or flathead screwdriver, remove the VGA vented cover.
    • Using a spudger or flathead screwdriver, remove the VGA vented cover.

    • Remove the two screws near the flip foot.

    • Remove the video out access door from the bottom housing.

  4. Remove the two outer screws located near the video out port.
    • Remove the two outer screws located near the video out port.

    • The bottom housing uses two sizes of screws. The two shorter screws attach near the flip foot.

  5. Pull the bottom housing off the computer.
    • Pull the bottom housing off the computer.

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  7. Align the three tabs on the bottom housing with the tab slots on the front outer bezel. Ensure that the center tab is properly aligned or CDs and DVD discs may not eject from the slot.
    • Align the three tabs on the bottom housing with the tab slots on the front outer bezel. Ensure that the center tab is properly aligned or CDs and DVD discs may not eject from the slot.

    • Lower the bottom housing into place and replace the screws.

  8. Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface. Remove the bottom housing. Remove the six screws on the EMI cover.
    • Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface.

    • Remove the bottom housing.

    • Remove the six screws on the EMI cover.

    • Lift the EMI cover off the computer.

    • Be careful of the VGA output port.

    • Position the rear of the EMI cover into place first, positioning the EMI cover over the video port (if present). Continue lowering the cover into place by gently squeezing in on both sides, as you lower the cover into position.

  9. Position the computer face down, resting the CRT on an ESD mat or other soft surface. With a flathead screwdriver or coin, turn the colored latch counterclockwise on the access door. Pull the access door down to open.
    • Position the computer face down, resting the CRT on an ESD mat or other soft surface.

    • With a flathead screwdriver or coin, turn the colored latch counterclockwise on the access door.

    • Pull the access door down to open.

    • Push down on the plastic tabs to release the SDRAM module(s).

    • Carefully lift the SDRAM from the slot.

    • Remove installed SDRAM from the logic board before returning the logic board to Apple.

  10. Position the computer face down, resting the CRT on an ESD mat or other soft surface. With a flathead screwdriver or coin, turn the colored latch to open the access door. The antenna and AirPortCard will be visible when you open the access door. If the AirPort card is not installed, a clear protective antenna cap will be attached to the antenna.
    • Position the computer face down, resting the CRT on an ESD mat or other soft surface.

    • With a flathead screwdriver or coin, turn the colored latch to open the access door. The antenna and AirPortCard will be visible when you open the access door.

    • If the AirPort card is not installed, a clear protective antenna cap will be attached to the antenna.

    • Remove the AirPort Card by lifting the card straight up and out of the card guides and connector.

    • Disconnect the antenna from the small hole AirPort Card.

  11. Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface and remove the bottom housing, EMI cover, and SDRAM. Remove the four screws connecting the CD/HD drive carrier to the the metal chassis (also known as the divider panel). Disconnect the following cables from the back of the CD/HD carrier: hard drive power cable, hard drive data cable, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM data cable, logic board cable connector.
    • Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface and remove the bottom housing, EMI cover, and SDRAM.

    • Remove the four screws connecting the CD/HD drive carrier to the the metal chassis (also known as the divider panel).

    • Disconnect the following cables from the back of the CD/HD carrier: hard drive power cable, hard drive data cable, CD-ROM/DVD-ROM data cable, logic board cable connector.

  12. Tilt the CD/HD carrier forward and lift the carrier out of the computer.
    • Tilt the CD/HD carrier forward and lift the carrier out of the computer.

    • Continue with the disassembly procedures if you are replacing the CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or the hard drive.

  13. Remove the six screws on the logic board and five screws on the downconverter board. The two screws located at the top of the down converter board(near the speaker) are larger screws than the other screws (with washers). Gently lift the downconverter board and logic board out of the computer.
    • Remove the six screws on the logic board and five screws on the downconverter board.

    • The two screws located at the top of the down converter board(near the speaker) are larger screws than the other screws (with washers).

    • Gently lift the downconverter board and logic board out of the computer.

    • Using a flathead screwdriver, pry the plastic rivet off the board. Put the top half of the rivet back into the bottom half so it doesn’t get lost.

  14. Holding onto the downconverter, press down on the black connector to separate the downconverter board from the logic board.
    • Holding onto the downconverter, press down on the black connector to separate the downconverter board from the logic board.

    • If you are returning the logic board to Apple refer to the parts database and remove the SDRAM, any cables, the modem, theAirPort Card, and I/O panel.

    • When reinstalling the logic board, make sure the antenna wire is not underneath the board.

  15. Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface and remove the bottom housing, EMI cover, logic board. Disconnect the cable at J12, going from the logic board to the I/O panel.
    • Position the computer upside down, resting the computer on an ESD mat or other soft surface and remove the bottom housing, EMI cover, logic board.

    • Disconnect the cable at J12, going from the logic board to the I/O panel.

    • Remove the two screws on the I/O panel.

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Thank you so much for having this page. I just got this family model (free). This page helped me get to the hard drive to reinstall the OS on a G3. Then back to this model. The CD does not read disks. So I had to move drives around just to install for the Blueberry. Again THANK YOU SO MUCH :)

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