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Current version by: mayer (vote details) ,

Title:

power supply repair

Text:

My aging Mac Pro G5 (late 2005) has a blown power supply. What is the cheapest way to get this running again? The Apple replacement part seems a bit pricey. Is it possible to use generic replacement parts and get it running again?

Device:

Power Mac G5

Status:

open

Accepted Answer:

519

Edit by: Matthew Newsom ,

Title:

power supply repair

Text:

My aging Mac Pro G5 (late 2005) has a blown power supply. What is the cheapest way to get this running again? The Apple replacement part seems a bit pricey. Is it possible to use generic replacement parts and get it running again?

Device:

PowerMacPower Mac G5
PowerMacPower Mac G5

Status:

open

Edit by: Kyle Wiens ,

Title:

power supply repair

Text:

My aging Mac Pro G5 (late 2005) has a blown power supply. What is the cheapest way to get this running again? The Apple replacement part seems a bit pricey. Is it possible to use generic replacement parts and get it running again?

Device:

Mac ProPowerMac G5 late 2005
Mac ProPowerMac G5 late 2005

Status:

open

Edit by: QEII Student IT ,

Title:

power supply repair

Text:

My aging Mac Pro G5 (late 2005) has a blown power supply. What is the cheapest way to get this running again? The Apple replacement part seems a bit pricey. Is it possible to use generic replacement parts and get it running again?

Device:

Mac Pro G5 late 2005

Status:

open

Original post by: CWK ,

Title:

power supply repair

Text:

My aging Mac Pro G5 (late 2005) has a blown power supply. What is the cheapest way to get this running again? The Apple replacement part seems a bit pricey. Is it possible to use generic replacement parts and get it running again?

Device:

Mac Pro G5 late 2005

Status:

open