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HP 1702 Case Removal

How do you get into an HP 1702 LCD monitor.
I have removed all visible screws and pryed at the case a little but it seems unwilling to open.
Don't want to risk forcing it.
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Keep prying. Plastic clips are strong. You won't break it, maybe a clip or 2. LCD is in a steel case inside. The outside plastic is only for looks.

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  • Rob Crowther Oct 26, 2010

    After taking out the two screws holding the stand , remove it followed by the two screws in the bottom corners. Pry the case apart from the bottom as it has plastic tabs into slots at the top. Then remove three screws that hold the cable mounting plate. Pull off the power pair cable connector and carefully prize/pull off the data connector and two earth screws. The cable mounting plate can now be removed. At this stage you can get to the two circuit boards.

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With the stand removed (two screws) and the two bottom corner screws removed pry the case open from the bottom corners as it is on tabs in slots at the top.
Once inside remove the power connector and carefully prize/pull off the data connector.
Remove three screws holding the cable mounting plate and two earth screws. Remove the data cable from under the control cable and the whole cable unit comes away revealing the two circuit boards.

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