Question about Rosewill R900J 19" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
If there are no visible screws, look for "capped" screw holes (little covers that fit flush with the case to hide the screws). If you don't see these either, it is probably a tension fit case and will be a challenge to open without breaking it. Youll need to find the seem and wedge something into it like a prybar (not too far or you may stab something important inside). Once it starts to spread, start sliding it along the seem and you should feel the tension tabs start "popping" open. Continue to work your way around until it's off. Now, with that said... There's a small chance that it is Ultra-sonically sealed. This means it is basically welded shut (yes, you can weld plastic together) and is not EVER going to open without breaking. So, use your judgement to determine which is the case for this unit.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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