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How do you remove the base from the hpvs17

I am trying to open a hpvs17 lcd monitor. How do you remove the base from the body of the monitor? I am stymied by 1 screw which holds the tilting mechanism to the monitor and is not accesible. It is obvious that hp made this intentionally difficult. It appears that the base must be disassembled to remove it. I removed the metal baselate. This exposed plastic tabs which, when squeezed, allowed removal of the round plastic base. The remaining part of the base upright appears to lock into the screen tilting mechanism by 5 plastic tabs in 3 compartments that must be depressed simultaneously to disengage the two parts. Is this correct? Did those pinheads who earn their pay by designing their products to be difficult to access really do something so monumentally stupid (which they probably consider clever)? How do I circumvent this despicable design?

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  • wildlife365 Jun 20, 2009

    Found the answer for myself. It is posted after someone else's similar querry on this site.

  • wildlife365 Jun 21, 2009

    Thanks alfa104, for taking the time to reply, but I already figured it out. Maybe you'll have an answer to my next question........

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