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Introduzione

This guide will show you how to replace the Voltage Inverter Board. The tools required for this section are the supurger and the PH 2 screwdriver.

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  1. Before starting, make sure the display is unplugged. Place the Cinema Display so that it is lying on its face and the feet are pointed away from you. Remove the three screws (9.52 x 4.43mm) that connect the back foot to the hinge using the Hex Key.
    • Before starting, make sure the display is unplugged.

    • Place the Cinema Display so that it is lying on its face and the feet are pointed away from you.

    • Remove the three screws (9.52 x 4.43mm) that connect the back foot to the hinge using the Hex Key.

    • Remove the back foot from the hinge mount by grabbing the foot and pulling upwards.

  2. Remove the eighteen  (5.25 x 4.43 mm) screws around the edge of the backplate using the Hex key. Disconnect the small white connector leading to the display's Power button. Gently lift the backplate off of the display. Completely remove the backplate and set it aside.
    • Remove the eighteen (5.25 x 4.43 mm) screws around the edge of the backplate using the Hex key.

    • Disconnect the small white connector leading to the display's Power button.

    • Gently lift the backplate off of the display. Completely remove the backplate and set it aside.

  3. Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the four (9.52 x 3.43 mm) screws on the outer rim of the metal cover. Next, remove the four cover (11.91 x 2.89 mm) screws  located at the corners of the metal cover using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.
    • Use a Phillips #2 screwdriver to remove the four (9.52 x 3.43 mm) screws on the outer rim of the metal cover.

    • Next, remove the four cover (11.91 x 2.89 mm) screws located at the corners of the metal cover using the Phillips #2 screwdriver.

  4. Unplug the large brown plug in the center-right,  that connects the control board to the rest of the display. Unplug the blue and gray plug on the right side of the control board. Repeat with the left side. Unplug the blue and gray plug on the right side of the control board. Repeat with the left side.
    • Unplug the large brown plug in the center-right, that connects the control board to the rest of the display.

    • Unplug the blue and gray plug on the right side of the control board. Repeat with the left side.

  5. Gently lift the large metal cover which spans across the back of the whole display. Gently lift the large metal cover which spans across the back of the whole display.
    • Gently lift the large metal cover which spans across the back of the whole display.

  6. Turn your attention to the left side of the cinema display. Using your fingers, unplug the small white plugs with pink wires from the top and bottom of the circuit board. Using the PH 2 screw driver, remove the four screws (6.9 x 2.55 mm) holding down the circuit board.
    • Turn your attention to the left side of the cinema display.

    • Using your fingers, unplug the small white plugs with pink wires from the top and bottom of the circuit board.

    • Using the PH 2 screw driver, remove the four screws (6.9 x 2.55 mm) holding down the circuit board.

    • Remove the circuit board by gently lifting it from the display.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Brilliantly clear and simple to follow. As I suspected it was the inverter board that failed leaving me a totally black screen on my 20 year old 22 inch Cinema display (ADC). Your guide enabled me to restore the monitor to working order, and it’s now paired once again with my Apple cube. Thank you ever so much!

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