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ViewSonic VX924 problems

I 'd see that you also had a problem with your monitor , how did it goes , did you manage to solve it ?? ,, and another thing ... how did manage too "open up" the monitor, I cant figured out.
will bee grateful for some help,

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Remove the four screw (one in each corner) and then using a fine wide flat blade you need to prise open the case at each side mid-point. The case is clippe together with plastic lugs that retains the rear cover. I started on the right side side and clipped it free, then the top, and finally the left side and it all come away easy then. They are very tight to remove the first tiem your do it.

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