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Power lite intermitent, panel stays black

Can't trouble shoot monitor or open the panel. I have the base removed all screws removed that I can find. Still cannot open the shell to trouble shoot. Previous owner was turning power on and off rapidly when problem occured. opening the panel would help find the problem. Thanks

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The black panel is cliped onto the sliver surrond you need to carfully prize it apart once all the srews have been removed.

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