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  1. As the device base is firmly clipped, insert two metal spudgers to gently release the first clips.
    • As the device base is firmly clipped, insert two metal spudgers to gently release the first clips.

  2. Continue releasing the last plastic clips with your hands taking care not to break any of the plastic elements attached to the base.
    • Continue releasing the last plastic clips with your hands taking care not to break any of the plastic elements attached to the base.

  3. Use a philips screwdriver to remove the 5 screws securing the metal heat sink.
    • Use a philips screwdriver to remove the 5 screws securing the metal heat sink.

  4. Disconnect the power supply connector from the logic board with a spudger. Disconnect the power supply connector from the logic board with a spudger.
    • Disconnect the power supply connector from the logic board with a spudger.

  5. Before you remove completely the power supply, unscrew the T5 screws on each side of the socket. You may now be able to remove the power supply with a spudger.
    • Before you remove completely the power supply, unscrew the T5 screws on each side of the socket.

    • You may now be able to remove the power supply with a spudger.

    • The rating of the power supply is 3.4V at 1.75A, which is identical to the 2nd Gen Apple TV's 5.95 watts.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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you forgot to add the power supply is held by 2 tiny torx screw

morpheuse - Antwoord

Successfully sourced a new power supply for our 3rd generation after the last one was destroyed ironically by Apple juice. Sourced from China and replaced- presto!! It's working- all for $14.95

rcbakes30 - Antwoord

Where? I need on badly! Can you send me / Post here a link?

jakesterage -

please, and where could be find the part, the power supply for AppleTV 3rd generation?

foxy72 - Antwoord

Hi, i have a 3rd gen Apple TV and I have problems with it, it doesn't turn on I don't now if it's the power supply or it is &&^&@@ up how can I figure out if it is the power supply and in that case where can I found one

ilichcorcegatreep - Antwoord

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