Here's one for the major gear heads; I've got an eMac that has a display problem. Over the last three months or so (started about a month after the warranty expired!) the display image has been shrinking. I've attached a snapshot of the thing with the default settings applied in the Geometry pane of the Displays preferences panel. Adjustments in Geometry make it better, but the top of the image is still a couple of inches from the top of the display with the control at its limits.
I asked an Apple tech about this, and he said that it's a problem with "the display assembly". Parts would run about $320 plus $80-$100 for labor to fix it.
Anybody know of a cheaper fix for this thing, other than sticking an external display on it or recasing it? I'm not afraid of tearing things apart or using a soldering iron, so aside from those two issues the sky's the limit.
Or am I better off parting it out & selling off the working pieces?