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This is the teardown for the Apple iMac G3 Model M4984. I don’t think there is much more to say before beginning.

  1. The iMac G3. This was a great computer for the time, and had plenty of features.
    • The iMac G3. This was a great computer for the time, and had plenty of features.

  2. Start by flipping the iMac upside-down. It may help to lay it on a towel, so you don't damage the screen, or scratch the face.
    • Start by flipping the iMac upside-down. It may help to lay it on a towel, so you don't damage the screen, or scratch the face.

  3. Remove this Phillips screw. Using a flathead screwdriver, work your way around the bottom cover, until it comes off. Then, lift the bottom cover up and out, and set it aside.
    • Remove this Phillips screw.

    • Using a flathead screwdriver, work your way around the bottom cover, until it comes off.

    • Then, lift the bottom cover up and out, and set it aside.

  4. Now, remove the DB-15 Video connector from the logic board. It may be helpful to use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the thumbscrews. It may be helpful to use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the thumbscrews.
    • Now, remove the DB-15 Video connector from the logic board.

    • It may be helpful to use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the thumbscrews.

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  6. Remove the power cable from the logic board assembly. Remove the power cable from the logic board assembly. Remove the power cable from the logic board assembly.
    • Remove the power cable from the logic board assembly.

  7. Remove the front panel connector. Remove the front panel connector.
    • Remove the front panel connector.

  8. Now, remove these Phillips screws. Now, grab the logic board assembly by the piece of plastic, and lift it out. Now, grab the logic board assembly by the piece of plastic, and lift it out.
    • Now, remove these Phillips screws.

    • Now, grab the logic board assembly by the piece of plastic, and lift it out.

  9. The logic board assembly. This is the heart of the computer, it contains the motherboard, CPU, RAM, V-RAM, PRAM battery, the hard drive, and the optical drive.
    • The logic board assembly. This is the heart of the computer, it contains the motherboard, CPU, RAM, V-RAM, PRAM battery, the hard drive, and the optical drive.

  10. To remove the bottom cover, remove these phillips screws, and pull the bottom cover off the iMac
    • To remove the bottom cover, remove these phillips screws, and pull the bottom cover off the iMac

  11. Removing the faceplate: Remove these phillips screws. Now, pivot the faceplate up about 60 degrees and pull it away from the imac, with some wiggleing, it should come free
    • Removing the faceplate:

    • Remove these phillips screws.

    • Now, pivot the faceplate up about 60 degrees and pull it away from the imac, with some wiggleing, it should come free

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