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Genius is a word used too lightly these days I fear! The next day, I got a call back advising me to bring it to the nearest Apple store or repair facility, and the repairs would be free under an "exception code" noted to my serial number.I dropped the machine off today (at a NYC Apple Store), and the Genius Bar wrote up an estimate for ,185.76 in estimated repairs, with

I have attached a voltmeter to the pins 1 and 23 and have signs of life. The machine is a mid june 2004 model which I've used and relied on since 2005.(some others noted this also when the coolant leaked into the power supply.)As of yet, Apple has been fairly unresponsive in fixing or replacing them and I am now working on making this more public.I am curious to know if any other people are having this problem. The machines in our lab were the first of the dual 2.7GHz - they were bought right when they came out.-Zach M. (You should to remove the heatsink cover to inspect for evidence of leaks if none are visible elsewhere - but often many are run with a leak for long periods with a large loss of fluid.California owners may have the best luck/treatment, perhaps due to their consumer laws.) BTW - I've had a couple LCS G5 owners ask if anyone that had free repairs (or new machine replacement) would provide them (privately) with their case number as the apple support reps they had talked to seemed unaware that anyone had gotten any free repairs covered (or repl systems) and asked for an example case number.(This is why I've wished for years apple would at least issue a bulletin on this to support personnel, as it seems to be a roll of the dice as far as awareness/uniform policy on this since day 1.

.00 due (free).Systems & Network Administrator Instructional Development at UCSB" Latest Reports on Power Mac G5 Coolant Leaks: (later mails first - some updated since their original posting date as noted.) If you've had a G5 tower that leaked coolant, send a report. If no leak is visible (after checking carefully/completely inside), with the side cover off, Of course all too often leaks go undetected for months (or years) - resulting in damage to motherboard/CPUs/Power Supply, etc. 2007 report here showing major corrosion and damage.(Model, how long it was used before leak occurred, if it was repaired by apple under warranty or not, etc.) Below are replies from other tower owners since Aug. From his photos of the damage it was leaking for quite a while before being noticed.And it seems like they may be running out of some of the common repair parts for the G5.) (The Power Mac G5 is now on the Vintage and Obsolete Products list.) The request for case numbers has come up before, but I've been hesitant to ask readers for their Case number, even though it would not be posted publicly.I had one reader kind enough to do this but after giving the number out privately to 3 people and despite my specifically asking - DIY Delphi LCS Overhaul Guide: Expanding on his original article from fall 2009 here, Bill sent a 6 page Guide to Overhauling a Power Mac G5 Delphi Liquid Cooling System.FYI: The free repairs (or better) many have noted here since posting this page in 2007 are a thing of the past now.The Power Mac G5 (of course years out of warranty) is now on Apple's vintage and obsolete products list.

I have attached a voltmeter to the pins 1 and 23 and have signs of life. The machine is a mid june 2004 model which I've used and relied on since 2005.(some others noted this also when the coolant leaked into the power supply.)As of yet, Apple has been fairly unresponsive in fixing or replacing them and I am now working on making this more public.I am curious to know if any other people are having this problem. The machines in our lab were the first of the dual 2.7GHz - they were bought right when they came out.-Zach M. (You should to remove the heatsink cover to inspect for evidence of leaks if none are visible elsewhere - but often many are run with a leak for long periods with a large loss of fluid.California owners may have the best luck/treatment, perhaps due to their consumer laws.) BTW - I've had a couple LCS G5 owners ask if anyone that had free repairs (or new machine replacement) would provide them (privately) with their case number as the apple support reps they had talked to seemed unaware that anyone had gotten any free repairs covered (or repl systems) and asked for an example case number.(This is why I've wished for years apple would at least issue a bulletin on this to support personnel, as it seems to be a roll of the dice as far as awareness/uniform policy on this since day 1.

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