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Re: Dismantling a flat screen
Depending on the model the base would be removed by the clips on the underside, push them in and lift the base off,
if the whole stand comes off there will be a catch on the back of the monitor under neath/behind where the hinge connects to the screen, you may have to pull hard but don't apply too much force or it may snap
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The HP is a flat screen monitor used with many desktop computers. When the LCD on your HP monitor goes white, it is an indication that your monitor's inverter board has gone bad. The inverter board is a small circuit board that transfers power from the monitor's main circuit board to the LCD screen. Replacing the inverter board means dismantling the HP monitor.
1. Power down your computer and unplug the HP monitor cable from the back of your desktop. Disconnect the power cable from the back of the monitor. Relocate the monitor to a flat work surface. Place the monitor with the screen facing downward.
2. Remove the Phillips-head screws from the monitor's base stand and from the back cover. Lift the base stand off of the monitor and remove the back cover. Peel away the foil from inside the monitor around the internal circuit board.
3. Locate the inverter board near the bottom of the monitor's casing. Unplug the power cables from either side of the inverter. Loosen the Phillips-head screws from the inverter board. Lift the old inverter out of the monitor's casing and set it aside.
4. Place the new inverter inside the monitor. Replace the Phillips-head screws and fasten it in place. Reconnect the power cables to the connectors on each side of the new inverter. Replace the foil around the outside of the main circuit board.
5. Replace the back panel and base stand, and their retaining Phillips-head screws
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On my 32AV635D there are 4 Allen bolts in recessed holes on the back cover. Remove these (but no others!) and the stand just slides out. Under the base of the stand there are two more Allen bolts which fix the metal brackets to the stand. Removing these will enable you to pack the whole thing into its original box (which you kept) so you can put it on Ebay when you get a bigger model :-)
On the ack of the Monitor there should be some screws holding the stand in place. With a screw driver simply undo the screws and pull th monitor away from the stand. This should allow you to place all the pieces back in the box properly.
Usually there is either a panel that covers the screw attachments on the back or the panel covers the bottom of the base or foot and the attachment screws are there, but most monitors have panels that cover the screw attachments.
Here is what I did on my last 2 moves with a 22" LCD. Just wrap it in soft blanket like velour or a comforter and put it in a box so it doesn't move around. You could take off hte base but usually at risk. Most of those bases clip on and aren't really easy to slide out or meant to take back apart. You risk more damage taking it out apart then just wrapping it securely and putting it in a box.
there might be screws behind the foot. remove the foot base first...then look to see. alot of these screens are pressure tab case fasteners.they use screws to lock in the cover. after that a smakk flat screwdriver along the lower sides will reveal is the cover is tab fixed .\ good luck
At the base you want to remove - in order to pack the monitor - if you se at the rear left and right there are a tiny opening about 3 cm long,put inside a screw driver and it will open very easly the plastic cover.Then inside there are four screws,two on each side,remove them and the arm of the screen will be dis-attached.