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iMac G5 20" Model A1076 Hard Drive
I bought this kit because I had an excellent experience replacing a HDD on an older iMac with iFixit support a few years ago. Unfortunately, I underestimated the skill necessary to accomplish this battery replacement. Specifically, I could not get any edge of the ‘guitar picks’ between the display and the body of the phone as shown in the photographs. I cannot understand how that could work. They seemed too thick. I resorted to a razor blade and playing cards and ended up destroying the display thereby rendering the phone unresponsive to input. For anyone contemplating this operation, here are my thoughts: if you do not have prior experience opening phones, I would avoid attempting to do this unless you are prepared to buy another phone. If I knew then what I know now, I would have shopped for a good power pack to recharge my phone away from home and kept that up until the the short life span of the battery necessitated buying a new phone.
I have a 3-LED Tikka and this guide worked the same. After many years, I was finally able to fix the screwy slider on-off switch contact with the lead on the little resistor. Whoohoo! It works fine now.
An eyeglass repair kit screwdriver did the trick for me.
On my EMC 2114, the cable from the temperature sensor on the Pioneer DVR-K06PC optical drive disappears under the logic board. Disconnecting the cable at the sensor end makes more sense for this model.
I needed to get a disc out of my iMac's (EMC 2114) Pioneer DVR-K06PC, and to do that I only needed to remove the four very small screws on the cover to get it out. A little jiggling at the plastic opening of the drive was necessary. To put the cover back on, I needed to engage the front of the cover with the black plastic entrance fitting and then work with getting the rest of the cover back on.