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Opening an Apple //c Green Monitor

Here’s a photo guide on opening the //c Green Monitor, for retrobrite or repair. As always with all monitors, you got to be VERY CAREFUL with the CRT, wear rubber gloves when handling or discharge it.

 

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Here is the monitor, ready for disassemble
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There are six external Philips screws. remove them all.
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first remove the back plate. careful as it has two brackets on the top, so pull from bottom towards you gently.
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Remove the “top” slide panel. Some models slide, others just go off. There are 4 screws that hold the power and brightness controls, remove them.
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Just leave the controls inside, you can remove the knobs for retrobrite if needed.
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carefully slide out the back plastic panel, it can be tricky, so be patient.
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there are four screws that hold the CRT to the front panel. Remove them.
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In some models, there’s also a metal piece that has to be removed in order to access the screw.
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Push the CRT out, be careful as theres a last screw to be removed where the LED light is mounted to the front. Is a little hard to reach, do it carefully.
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