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Old Feb 15th, 2009, 10:37 PM   #1
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For Sale: 20" Apple Cinema Display

Greetings all,

I have for sale a 20" Apple Cinema Display. Screen is great, cosmetically everything is fine. Original box is included, see attached pic.

Only thing about it is I don't think the ports on the back work. I never needed them so it wasn't an issue for me and I never tried to troubleshoot the problem.

I'm setting the asking price at $375 or best offer.

Feel free to inquire via PM or email.

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Old Apr 13th, 2009, 08:33 PM   #3
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Could you test the back Ports?
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apart from plugging stuff into them, how can i test the ports?

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Exactly. Would it be too hard to plug things into them to test the ports?
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Old Apr 14th, 2009, 01:10 PM   #6
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Exactly. Would it be too hard to plug things into them to test the ports?
Why would that be too hard? That's how I know they don't work. Nothing I plug into the ports works/worked, so I assume there's some kind of hardware issue in there.

I don't have the means to pull the monitor apart and inspect the innards. Maybe it's as simple as a loose screw, or maybe it needs a new Johnson Rod. I don't know.
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or maybe it needs a new Johnson Rod.
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I know where you can get one if you need one
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Why would that be too hard? That's how I know they don't work. Nothing I plug into the ports works/worked, so I assume there's some kind of hardware issue in there.

I don't have the means to pull the monitor apart and inspect the innards. Maybe it's as simple as a loose screw, or maybe it needs a new Johnson Rod. I don't know.
Johnson rod. Nobody knows. Could be a kacked widget next to the doohickey also.
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The ACD has been sold. Thanks
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