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How do I open the case of a Philips 107S 17" CRT Monitor?

Power switch is broken and I need to get the case apart to replace it. Case is at the held together by two screws at the bottom and appears to have internal fixing at the top. Most monitors have four screws with two on the sides near the top hidden behind snap off covers

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  • Wally14 Oct 06, 2008

    I have sorted the problem myself. There were two clips at the top of the case just visible through the holes in the case. I opened them by pushing the clips down with a small screwdriver. I have not replaced the power switch as parts are not available at a sensible price. The power button has a low voltage switch behind it and I can push this with a pencil or something similar.

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Recently most of monitors Like samsung and LG appears 2 screws at the bottom and Internal fixing at top .push it to appear some Gap of top side

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