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Old Mar 7, 2006, 03:39 PM   #1
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TO ANYONE WITH 20 1.8ghz original imac G5

Hope someone on these boards can help, heres my situation,

I have an original imac g5 1.8ghz 20" without bluetooth, i recently found a place to order the parts for the bluetooth module and antenna that you cant order from apple because i guess they felt that people are to dumb to do installs on there own. well anyway i got the parts and installed the module which was a piece of cake, and one end of the antenna attaches to the bottom of the module, the other end is a piece of gray plastic with 3m tape on it, now i assume you need to route the antenna to a certain point in the computer for optimal reception, but i dont know where that is.

I was hope someone who has the same machine as me with the internal bluetooth could shed some light on the subject and msg me back and possibly take a picture of their computer opened up so i could see how to route it.

thanks alot for anyone who reads this.
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Old Mar 7, 2006, 06:09 PM   #2
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Service manual may help: http://dump.doomtech.net/.hidden/app...nuals/iMac/G5/

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