Macintosh Service Certification Exam
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Which of the following is a valid precaution you should take when replacing a processor
in a Mac Pro (6x)?
A. Avoid touching the silver coating on the underside of the heat sink and the top of the
B. Leave the heat sink removed for at least thirty minutes before replacing the processor.
C. Remove both heat sinks before replacing either processor.
D. Avoid touching the cables near the processor.
You are troubleshooting an eMac that has no image on its built in display. You have
already checked user controls and reset PRAM, but issue persists. When you connect an
external display to the eMac’s VGA output port and restart the eMac, you see a proper
image on the external display. Which of the following service modules would most likely
be the cause of these symptoms?
A. Display Analog Assembly
B. Power Supply Assembly
C. Logic Board
D. Hard Drive
When discharging a CRT, what part do you touch with the tip of the discharge tool?
A. Anode aperture
B. High voltage cable
C. Fly back transformer
D. yoke connector/cable
You are attempting to power a Mac mini (original) with an 85 Watt power adapter. Will
Which part or parts of a CRT display should NOT be touched until after the display is
disconnected from its power source and the CRT is properly discharged? SELECT ALL
A. Yoke asseribly
B. Anode aperture
C. Flyback transformer
D. Front of CRT display
E. Outer plastic housing
F. Yoke cableconnector
Answer: A, B, C, F