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I trying to get inside of my dell 23" lcd tv. i have all the screws out but still will not open any idea how to get in there?

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If all the screws are out, you should be able to grab the left and right side top part, and slighty **** the rear cover loose. be careful, on the lower right corner is a connection with the side output board, once u get it loose, unscrew the screw, and disconnect the plug, otherwise, look for signs of dry glue, someone could of possibly glued a couple of screws to the inside of the rear cover. questions, email me.

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  • kenn green Apr 07, 2009

    if all the screws are out, you should be able to grab the left and right side top part, and slighty **** the rear cover loose. be careful, on the lower right corner is a connection with the side output board, once u get it loose, unscrew the screw, and disconnect the plug, otherwise, look for signs of dry glue, someone could of possibly glued a couple of screws to the inside of the rear cover. questions, email me.

  • kenn green May 25, 2009

    did u get it opened yet?

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