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Someone did it. There's no good way to open it. Use a Dremel to carefully cut around the seam until it was thin enough to crack apart. There's one huge capacitor (Rubycon KXW 450V 150 uF) that needs to be discharged before the power supply will start up. Be careful, because it's charged to over 100 volts. Solder a 600 k ohm resistor across it to bleed ...
If it's anything like this power supply, you'll need to saw it open. Apple's "non-repairable" devices are thermally or chemically welded, and there's usually no clean way to open them up.
Michael Dautermann's solution works! I would add that when performing # move the Mountain Lion kexts into position You should mention that the option to rotate the monitor was also now available (I don't trembler it from 7.5x). I got different warnings that the files were improperly installed, etc. However the results work flawlessly!! Thank you Michael! ...
AFAIK these display are not HDCP compliant therefore you'll have some troubles watching movies that have these protections.
Try the brightness buttons on the apple keyboard
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