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Follow this guide to assemble the iMac Cardboard Service Wedge, which ships unfolded and flat. Once assembled, this product is not designed to be unfolded.

  1. With the blank side facing you, fold the two tabs inward at a 90-degree angle. With the blank side facing you, fold the two tabs inward at a 90-degree angle. With the blank side facing you, fold the two tabs inward at a 90-degree angle.
    • With the blank side facing you, fold the two tabs inward at a 90-degree angle.

  2. Fold the two outer side flaps inward at a 90-degree angle. Fold the two outer side flaps inward at a 90-degree angle.
    • Fold the two outer side flaps inward at a 90-degree angle.

  3. Fold the two halves together, using the crease in the center as the folding point. Overlap the two outer side flaps, making sure the flap with the two small tabs is on top. Overlap the two outer side flaps, making sure the flap with the two small tabs is on top.
    • Fold the two halves together, using the crease in the center as the folding point.

    • Overlap the two outer side flaps, making sure the flap with the two small tabs is on top.

  4. Insert the two tabs into the slots along the fold. Make sure the flared edges on either side of the tabs are inserted completely into the slots so that they lock in place and don't slide out. Make sure the flared edges on either side of the tabs are inserted completely into the slots so that they lock in place and don't slide out.
    • Insert the two tabs into the slots along the fold.

    • Make sure the flared edges on either side of the tabs are inserted completely into the slots so that they lock in place and don't slide out.

  5. Your iMac Cardboard Service Wedge is ready to go! Insert the Service Wedge under the iMac's display to hold it in place while you perform repairs on your iMac.
    • Your iMac Cardboard Service Wedge is ready to go!

    • Insert the Service Wedge under the iMac's display to hold it in place while you perform repairs on your iMac.

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Nice explanation, however, the cardboard stand is available in the US and not here and so it the dual HD cable for the iMac Intel 27” (mid 2011).

No good posting a great helps tory if the parts are not sold in Australia.

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