Question about Dell UltraSharp 1907FP 19" LCD Monitor
A small quantity of softdrink liquid dripped on the bottom right part of the monitor, rendering them last 3 buttons (-, +, POWER) hard to operate. I removed the 4 screws in the back but I can't locate any notches between the front and rear covers (as mentionned in a solution on your website) to clean the circuit board.
any help would be much appreciated
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This can go one of 2 ways..very easy or very hard.
Having said that here we go.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
I didn't take the case apart at all. Using the info kaitanium supplied above (thanks!),
I simply drilled a small hole directly between the power button and the + button.
I now switch the monitor on & off with a toothpick.
I would advise this method if your power button seems to be stuck (it isn't, it's broken off inside) as it saves you scatching the buttons/case and the hole is not noticable at all. Pick a drillbit that's just big enough for a toothpick to fit through and only apply a tiny amount of pressure to the drill. The plastic case is very thin so be ready to stop the drill immediately.
Oh and for the hard of learning... Unplug the monitor first. :)
Posted on Sep 26, 2011
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