Question about HP L1940 19" LCD Monitor
How do I get it open after having removed the stand. No visuel screws . ?
In case my HP f1523 may be similar. It has 2 screws in the bottom corners on the back plus 2 more under rubber covers that pull off which hold the stand on. I undid all of these and under the stand there was another screw which I removed. I was then able to unclip the front starting at the bottom. However, I couldn't get at the power supply, just the PCB with the buttons and volume control.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
It's open from the front bezel of the screen.. Place a piece of cloth or fiber cloth over the screen and carefully lifted up the bezel... do the same from other angles...
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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