The monitor fell off a cart and the frame piece came loose. I snapped the frame back onto the monitor, but now it will not turn on when plugged in. There are no cracks in the screen or visible damage. Is this fixable? Is there a way to disassemble it and look for broken parts?
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There is a tab that locks the assembly onto the monitor. Find the tab, press it & unslide the assembly off of the monitor or arm. The rotate properly, reslide into position until you hear it snap the locking tab into position. You should never have to pry this tab to umlock it.
One of two general ways--if of course rear screws go that way, a lot of the monitors the entire front has to be pried off and is held with plastic snaps--you have to go in from front of set to get at the board/s.
If removal of rear cover is not possible (it may also have the snaps) I usually will use a thin metal putty knife to get the snaps loose going around either the front frame of the screen or the rear, has to be either from front or rear.
Take you time and do not use too much force or you will cause damage.
Good day to you. This is simply a loose base connector problem. The best way to tighten the base onto the monitor is to apply adhesive pastes like "mighty bond" or you can also tie a rubber bond onto it. Thank you and hope it helps.
have it check, or might be better have it replace, any connection regarding electric current supply should be tightly connected, if it is loose, it might cause some serious problem like short circuit or even worse is FIRE, just bring it to the technician and have it change, also with your power switch
The base of the G19LWK can be removed but it takes a little work. You have to remove the black plastic case that sandwich the LCD screen. First remove all the screws on the backside of the monitor. Then, at the seam of the two casement halves, GENTLY pry the front screen frame away from the display. Work carefully all around the edge of the display to separate it a little at a time and the pull it away in one piece. Next you will find that the back casement is held to the display with plastic tabs around the perimeter. Carefully pry the tabs away from the display frame to separate and remove the back casement. Now the base mounting is exposed on the backside and held with 4 screws. Remove the screws and the base will come free. Re-assemble the casement by snapping the back on first followed by re-installing the screws. Then snap the front frame by lining of the plastic tabs and pressing the frame down evenly around the display. You are done!
this is a little known porblem Dell has. Dell is not tell anybody.
I don't know if this is going to fix the monitor for the long haul, but it should help in the mean time.
grable the frame of monitor with both hands, apply some pressure, not too much (you will break the glass). change location and do the same thing. the screen will come back at certain location, when you apply the pressure to the frame. this is because some connection inside of the frame is coming loose with time.
if that doesn't fix the proble, please post.
The two vx900 s I have here have more of a rectangular plug for the
power. Inside it is three large prongs and on the backside should be 3
wires. Two of which go to a smaller plug that connects to the power
The power cord is the same as found in many desktop computers.
If this is what you are referring to. Then the plug should be connected
inside and it snaps into place onto the meatl part inside the monitor.
You may have to disassemble the unit to get it back together.
Sorry for delay in reply, I never was notified that you had replied.
you have snap frame around the screen itself use flat screw driver fine edge, theres about four locations that snap into slots work them away and remove frame, then remove screws on back will seperate ,you will have to remove monitor button panel board to, once inside, four screws around screen itself once in side,this will lead you to power connection inside main screen frame, the board and the connections