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How to dismount the monitor

Could not open the stand from the monitor

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Re: how to dismount the monitor

What stand do you have? If it is screwed to the back with 4 or 3 screws, they must be removed first. look along the bottom edge and you will see 3 slots where the two outer cases match up. Put a flat screwdriver into the opening and twist, follow all the way around until you can remove the back half. Cut the tape holding the flat wire and remove the front half to remove the printed board under the front cover. You should now be inside the case. Remove the screws to remove the steal cover to find the printed boards under it. Reinstall is the reverse.

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