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The PRAM battery keeps your clock ticking! So yes a dead battery will cause it to lose the date & time.
 
Your display issue is more inline with old components in the display video circuitry.

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The electrolytic capacitors degrade over time and your system might have [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague|Capacitor Plague].
Your display issue is more inline with old components in the display video circuitry.

The
The electrolytic capacitors degrade over time and your system might have [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague|Capacitor Plague].
 
Do be careful! CRT circuits are high voltage and even when you turn the system off and unplug it the caps and CRT are still holding some serious power!

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The PRAM battery keeps your clock ticking! So yes a dead battery will cause it to lose the date & time.

Your display issue is more inline with old components in the display video circuitry.

The electrolytic capacitors degrade over time and your system might have [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague|Capacitor Plague].

Do be careful! CRT circuits are high voltage and even when you turn the system off and unplug it the caps and CRT are still holding some serious power!

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