iMac Intel 20" 2/2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2133) Power Supply

$139.95

Product code: IF168-004
Apple Part #: 661-4433

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iMac Intel 20" 2/2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2133) Power Supply

$139.95

Product code: IF168-004
Apple Part #: 661-4433

Product Overview

Give new life to your iMac!

If you receive one of these power supplies that appears different from the product picture, it is still compatible, just a slightly different physical model.

Compatibility

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  • 2 and 2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2133) 20" Intel iMacs

Product Details

$139.95 New

 

Condition:

New

$129.95 Used

 

Condition:

Used, fully tested

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Compatibility

iMac Intel 20" EMC 2133 and 2210
2 GHz (EMC No. 2133)
2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2133)
 

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My Problem

une odeur soudaine de brûlé puis plus rien sur l'Imac, il ne voulait plus démarrer et ne donnait aucun signe de vie. Je l'ai emmené chez un réparateur Mac, et là le diagnostic a été simple au vu de ma description : carte alim HS. seul hic Apple a comme règle d'arrêter l'approvisionnement de ses rechanges à 7 ans et mon Imac avait 7 ans et demi !! c'était rageant.

My Fix

j'ai décidé de rechercher une carte alim sur le site ifixit, mais dommage elle était en rupture de stock. J'ai quand même créé une alerte mail, au cas où elle serait réapprovisionnée. 3 mois après miracle je recevais un mail d'Ifixit m'annonçant la bonne nouvelle et j'ai consulté le mode opératoire étape par étape très clair avec des photos. Donc j'ai commandé. l'appro a été très rapide, j'ai commandé le lundi ap midi et j'ai reçu le colis Fedex des US mercredi matin, top ! ensuite avec qqes outils supplémentaires comme les ventouses et un tournevis torx 8, tout s'est très bien passé, et miracle l'Imac a repris vie comme si de rien n'était!

My Advice

vous avez juste à suivre le mode opératoire et vous aider de la video qui est très bien faite, et tout devrait bien se passer!

j'ai profité du démontage pour aspirer l'intérieur de l'Imac, ce qui lui a fait le plus grand bien.

My Problem

My power supply went kaput and my iMac would not turn on! I found "iFixit" through a search on the web. The repair was more than cost efficient.

My Fix

iFixit showed me what to look for and exactly how to disassemble my iMac and what part was needed to repair it. I ordered the part and it was shipped. The very same day the part was delivered, it was installed. My iMac was reassembled and it worked!

My Advice

I was content to shelve my old machine since I just purchased a Mac Book Pro. Thanks to "iFixit", I have my iMac back and running for $149. The access to the right parts are a plus. The technical information is a must. Never be too afraid to try new things. Thanks! iFixit!

My Problem

Two weeks prior to the IMac failing completely I noticed that the PC shut down and couldn't be turned on. I found some help on the internet that allowed me to reset the power supply. Pull the cord, wait 10 seconds, hold in the power button for 5 to 10 seconds, release, then plug in and power up normally.

The power supply failure occurred two weeks later so I ordered the power supply through ifixit and followed the procedures to replace it.

My Fix

The ifixit steps were very clear. I used a bath tub mat with suction cups to get the outer glass off. The rest of the procedure went well. I did need an extra hand to hold the screen up while I disconnected the four connectors. The hardest part was making sure the glass was clean when I put it back together.

My Advice

Be careful but don't be afraid of replacing the power supply. Next time, I would use individual torx screw drivers instead of the multiple tool torx set. The short multitool torx set is a bit awkward and I had to be careful that it didn't slip and hit the glass.

My Problem

iMac wouldn't power up; was about 6 years old. The Apple store wouldn't repair it, given that it was >5 years old. Took a chance for $140 that it was the power supply - and it was!

My Fix

Repair went well, thanks to the on-line video - I wouldn't have tackled this project without the video. Spent maybe an hour to take it apart, and maybe an hour to put it back together.

My Advice

Its not a difficult repair, but go slow, and pay close attention to the instructions in the video (the instructions mention most, of not all, of the pitfalls). Label all the screws and their location as you take them out - you end up with some odd combinations of sizes and heads, and its not intuitive where they all go. You might have to spend some money to buy the specialty tools if you don't have them (e.g. the suction cups and small torx heads) but for the small amount of money you can save your computer relatively cheaply and quickly.

My Problem

One day my faithful iMAC shut down and wouldn't turn back on. A co-worker, who used to be a Mac Genius said that the power supply might have gone down. For some reason, I held on to that and thought that would be the case.

I didn't want to give my machine to the Apple store or any other place for 5 days so I figured I'd go on line and find a How-To site. That's when I came across the iFixIt video for my machine on You Tube. I followed the links there to the site and read what I could.

All I needed were two suction cups a Torx tool kit. Got those at Home Depot, and bought the Power Supply from iFixIt.

My Fix

Taking the MAC apart was exactly like how the video said it would be. There were no surprises. I took my time unscrewing everything and unplugging the necessary wires. I used matching colored paper clips to mark some wires.

Once I got the new power supply in, I just slowly followed the directions backward making sure I plugged everyone thing back in, and used the right screws. Some how I lost one screw, but I don't think it will matter in the long run.

The hardest part of the process was putting the front case back on, but with patience and care I got it on and put the glass panel back on.

I plugged it in and waited for the moment of truth and "BOOM" - it came back to life.

Sure it's slow, and my IOs is outdated and I can't run Chrome on it and I just got a message from Firefox saying it no longer supports my operating system - but I have my files back. And I don't have to haul my work laptop all around with me. Great site here, thanks for the help.

My Advice

It's dusty in there! You should get a can of air to blow the years of dust out of there.

I'd also get some containers or trays or something to separate and hold all of the screws you're going to have. Even if you make trays out of a piece of paper. Label the screws so you know which ones go where.

When you get the part, it will most likely look different from the one you pulled out. Don't panic. ALSO - there will be paper/plastic tape wrapped around some of the components - don't pull it off. Leave it on.

Take your time plugging things back in (and pulling them apart) and screwing things back in. You don't want anything to break. Things usually click or have some kind of way to let you know they're connected right. Look for markings and for the sound.

I'm not a handyman or tech gifted, just rustled up a little confidence and got it done. If I can do it, then anyone can do it.

My Problem

The power supply was damaged in a storm

My Fix

No problem, the part was largely unavailable. Thanks to ifixit, I could get it shipped to Australia.

My Advice

Avoid buying an Apple iMac. More time consuming to fix and far more expensive.

My Problem

Fully dead desktop computer. (Perhaps only "mostly dead").

My Fix

I watched the video of the repair a couple of times so I would feel comfortable taking this machine apart, then started the repair. I have to say, this was perfectly accurate for my machine, not just general advice! This was by far the best experience of this kind I have had. Thank you for your careful attention to the details that an untrained person might not catch. Very good tools, and the part fit just right. It fired up on the first try and this gave my older iMac some extended life for sure. Keep this up! I'll be back for more repair advice and parts in the future.

My Advice

Trust this company, they're first class folks.

My Problem

A lady from my church was distressed because her iMac would not turn on. Apple diagnosed it as a bad power supply but did not have parts to fix it.

My Fix

Repair was a breeze with the help of the Ifixit tutorial.

My Advice

Make sure to have all the correct size bits before starting. I had to make 2 trips out upon starting b/c I didn't realize I had no T8 or T6 torx bits.