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20-inch, 23-inch, and 30-inch aluminum LCD displays introduced by Apple in June 2004. Models A1081, A1082, and A1083 respectively.

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Apple Cinema HD doesn’t turn on.

LED doesn’t light up or flicker or do anything at all.

I have no FireWire ports on my Laptop so i can’t try out the FireWire capabilities.

I tried the USB connector and Windows detects it as „generic USB Hub“ but doesn’t detect USB devices or flash drives plugged into the monitor.

I don’t have a DVI port and I ordered an adapter so I can’t test connectivity yet.

Does it need a video signal to turn on? I’ve been holding down the touch power button, Double and triple pressing it - no avail.

am i doing something wrong?

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What is your mac system? That would help in knowing.

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I use a PC and my system doesn’t matter because I have no way of connecting it yet (Lenovo Y740-17Ichg)

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SIERRA Display shows in start up but not for desktop alternate monitor shows Desktop

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After freaking out I finally fixed it by unplugging the USB cable from the dvi to power block. But monitor still requires DVI /, USB to Mac to be plugged in .. now I have to leave that USB unplugged. So if your is not working play with unplugging the various USB connections.

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I've had a similar issue, that I have an Apple Cinema Display (A1083) and I got power supply (A1093) from ebay, but when I plug it into the wall (no connection to my computer), I don't see any signs of life, even when I press and hold the power button. When I plug in the USB to my computer, still no signs of life in the monitor. I've tried unplugging the connections to the power box.

Any thoughts on what I can try next?

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@gammanumeric the Apple Cinema HD display should work on any system that has a DVI-D port. For the 30" and the 27" you will need a dual-link DVI-D port to be able to use the full resolution. You may run into some issues like not having full capable resolution, brightness control etc. since you will need an appropriate driver for this monitor, but it should not prevent your monitor from at least turning on.

Power

Power switch or brightness button not working

2. Check connector J4 at the main board. Reseat the cable at the main board and at the touch switch board.

3. Replace the touch switch cable.

4. Replace the right end cap that includes the touch switch board.

No power

1. Check the wattage that is printed on the power adapter. See the table below to verify that the power adapter shows the correct power rating for this display. (For more information, refer to Knowledge Base article 86800.)

2. Use a known-good power adapter, and check all cable connections.

Let us know what you find on your power adapter and let us know once you get your DVI setup.

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FYI: The newer displays are just called a 'Cinema Display' and they have a DVI interface the HD model is the last ADC display Apple made. And yes, Apples naming is wacked! Even back then.

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....and? " I have the 2005 Aluminum one" which would make this most like a Apple Cinema HD Display ( DVI) versus the (plastic) Apple Cinema HD Display LCD (ADC) You may call them that but for the repair purpose, Apple called both of these HD. Added the images to my answer for your benefit.

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Hi, Gregor.

Don’t worry, people here are all wrong.

My Cinema Display 30-inch says “Cinema HD Display” on its aluminium frame.

And yes, you need 5V power from Pin 14 of DVI connector to turn it on.

I hope this could help you.

Thanks.

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Thank you Pan. I was scratching my head after fabbing up a 24.5v power source and not getting any action on the monitor but sure enough it came to life when the DVI cable got plugged into a computer that was on.

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I can confirm what Pan said about the DVI requirement.

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What I found worked is unplugging the USB that goes into the power brick.

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I tried unplugging and replugging all the connections multiple times. Didn't seem to work.

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Try unplugging the USB on the power brick. It was messing mine up.

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Are you sure you have a Cinema HD display? This display uses an old connector ADC (Apple Display Connector). You’ll need to convert it to DVI and then you’ll need to convert this one more time to DP (DisplayPort or mini DisplayPort) depending on what your PC’s graphics board supports.

By the time to get all of the needed adapters to get the signal converted, I think you can buy a better display for less. Besides we still don’t know if this display is even working.

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I'd also suspect signal failure because of the multi adapter chain. The ADC adapter is also infamously expensive and will add up QUICKLY unless you can get one the seller f'ed up on the sale price good.

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Manual says: „Note: You may also be able to use the Apple Cinema Display with a Windows PC that has an appropriate video card with a DVI port.“ and does not mention any adapters

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I have the 2005 Aluminum one

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Look through this listing to find yours Cinema Displays

Tell us which is yours.

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