Question about Tatung CLT-L50 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I am a service engineer - I believe the Tatung L50 monitor I have has an internal power problem (no display at all, and no backlight). There appears to be no easy way to open it up - Aside from four screwtwist holes at the bottom to (apparently) remove the front casing. From looking at it, there appears no way at all to remove the stand from the back of the unit. Could someone with knowledge of this monitor tell me how I can open it up, please? Thanks Chris
It is not initially obvious how to access this insides of the monitor Unusually, access is only available through the front of the screen. The stand cannot be removed on this model. You need to pry a screw driver (or two) through the four holes located at the rear base of the monitor and remove the front panel surround. The LCD panel and all electronics can be lifted out after removing four screws.
Posted on Nov 29, 2006
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