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Hardware I need to check some components of the monitor, because after a little time he's going off. i think the problem is: some components are getting too hot. now i need a guide or a picture to see how i get it open, by just get out the 4 screws i dont get it open.

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  • guns_n_roses Jul 03, 2009

    Hmm i dont really know, i found it somewhere on my job. it is a LCD, but i already found a way to open it. i thought the problem was the components but when i looked a little more on google i saw more people had the same problem with this type, so i think i'll just write this one down as ' LOST ' ... but thx anyway ^^



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Hi how old is ur monitor? is it a old type or a any case i would not open it ....if its a old monitor put it in the trash......and get a new one.....other wise if u have lcd get it checked out .....

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