This TV is the 32" version of the N2750W. I have had this TV for about 5 months and it won't turn on now. I have it hooked up to a surge protector strip and have tried plugging the TV directly into the wall outlet. Checked all the hookups and it still will not turn on either with the remote or using the on/off button on the TV.
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Yes there is... You are going to need a VGA cable and an 1/8 audio cable (for sound)
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins1520/en/om_en/pdf/UX8623D.pdf - On page 29 it shows a picture of the right side of your computer. You will hook the VGA cable to the VGA port (Number 8 on the diagram).
The on your tv you will hook it up to the vga port as well. Page 7 of the following document shows a pictures of the back of your tv. You will hook it up to "L" on the diagram. Be careful to not bend the pins in the connector. http://www.viewsonic.com.au/support/manuals/files/LCd%20TV/N2750w%20User%20Guide%20English.pdf
Switch your tv over to the PC input by clicking the "Input" button. Then make sure your PC is sending a signal, you might have to hit the function key to switch the view.
You can open it when remove all screws at the back, from the stand also (under the TV).
Then carefully remove the snap-in shell ( front and back). TV is one compact part and plastic shell is snapping ( front and back) + stand, on the screws.