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How to replace Sony monitor case

I would like to replace the cracked case of my working Sony CPD E400 19" CRT monitor with the case of a nonfunctional E400, which I just inherited. I don't have a clue how to open the intact case without damaging it. Please refer me to a link for Sony technical service manuals with drawings. I appreciate any assistance.

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  • Richard D'Eletto Jul 19, 2007

    tomj23:

    Thanks for your answer. There only 2 screws on the bottom of the monitor case. I don't see any on the top. The case still doesn't open.

    Don't worry, I wouldn't plug in the monitor until the case is back in place.

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I couldn?t find disassembly instructions for your CRT; however, I can give you some safety warnings and some general hints. If no one else posts at mine will either discourage you OR give you enough to start. First off CRTs are dangerous, taking one apart without the proper training and precautions can kill or severely injure you. If you don?t already have the training and experience discharging the stored energy in the monitor you should not attempt it even if you have ?instructions?. If you decided to continue on then there are typically four screws holding the back of the monitor case to the front panel. On some higher end Sony?s they are covered with a plastic cover that you can easily pry off with a screwdriver. Once you have them out then the back cover can be removed, exposing the tube and remainder of the electronics. Again a warning, unless you know what you are doing you run the risk of severe electric shock and should not proceed. Usually there are a series of screws that attach the chassis to the front panel, remove them, the panel electronic connections and the disassembly should be done.

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  • tomj23 Jul 19, 2007

    Even if you haven't had the monitor plugged in for a while there could still be a significant charge left. You simply have to discharge the capacitors before you can safely work on it.

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