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This product is a 27-inch LED display with a resolution of 2650x1440 pixels released by Apple on July 27, 2010. It has the model number A1316.

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Hi.

I have some problems with my Cinema 27 inch screen.

The adapter that I have to attach my stand on, is inside the screen and I don't know how to get it out?

There is a spring in the top to the hole, but nothing happens when I push it.

Can somebody please help me?

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So you already took off the foot stand and didn’t wedge the hinge so it retracted on you is that right?

You do have the needed VESA mount right?

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Yes that's right. The hinge is located inside the screen now.

I have the standard apple stand for the screen.

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You’ll need to find away to snag the tang so you can pull on it. It’s been awhile I’ve needed to fix a hinge or mount the VESA plate. I remember using a curved Upholstery Sewing needle like this the first and only time I lost the tang ;-{

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Then snaking in a strong cord so I can pull on it. The next is pressing on the spring latch moving it out of the way.

Here’s a vid showing the location of the spring Apple VESA Mount Adapter Unboxing and Install Jump to 1:16 to see it.

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HI Dan

Thanks for your big help:-)

I remember that there is a little screw in the middle of the tang.

Should I use the needle on this and pull it towards me, while pressing on the spring, to get the tang to jump out again?

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What ever works for you!

I used the two end holes (L&R) threading the needle through and then pulled through a thicker blind cord so I could get a good grip.

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