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You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a charge, so you need to be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
 
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it. The

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risk of death is high (especially if you aren’t confident around high voltage) and most people will not get it right. That said, some do but that’s a VERY slim group. If you’re careful you should be fine, but you need to evaluate your skillset before you try and restore the plastics.
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it. The

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risk of death is high (especially if you aren’t confident around high voltage) and most people will not get it right. That said, some do but that’s a VERY slim group. If you’re careful you should be fine, but you need to evaluate your skillset before you try and restore the plastics.

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You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltagecharge, so you need to be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltagecharge, so you need to be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
 
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it. The risk of death is high (especially if you aren’t confident around high voltage) and most people will not get it right. That said, some do but that’s a VERY slim group.

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You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltage, so you need to be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
 
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it. The risk of death is high (especially if you aren’t confident around high voltage) and most people will not get it right. That said, some do but that’s a VERY slim group.
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it. The risk of death is high (especially if you aren’t confident around high voltage) and most people will not get it right. That said, some do but that’s a VERY slim group.

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You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltage, so you need to [post|512379]be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltage, so you need to [post|512379]be very careful and properly discharge it. Refer to my answer for this person: [post|512379]. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.
 
Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it.

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You can actually kill yourself if you create a complete circuit and touch the CRT with a voltage, so you need to [post|512379] and properly discharge it. Do not assume the bleeder resistor works; it’s probably burned out after 10 years of having to discharge 15,000 volts in seconds.

Beyond that, it’s up to you. Retrobrite probably won’t work on eMac plastic, so I wouldn’t bother. If you want to restore it, find a good used front that matches the system you have. It’s honestly just a cosmetic problem. If it isn’t degraded, I’d live with it.

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