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How to replace the panel from a cinema display?

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  • daniel_bigay Sep 05, 2009

    I need to know how to replace the screen panel from a 23 apple cinema display?

  • daniel_bigay Sep 05, 2009

    Thats right I plan to take apart the cinema display and replace the screen because it cracked. Can I do that?

  • daniel_bigay Sep 05, 2009

    How to take apart an apple cinema display and replace the screen? Because my screen is broken. Is it posible? And can I put it back together? Please help me I dont know if to buy the replacement part.

  • daniel_bigay Sep 05, 2009

    I need to know is it posible or not to take apart a cinema display 23 and replace the screen for another screen? because mine is broken. Please let me know

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1. First remove the plastic.

2. After removing the plastic ends, remove the two other metal pieces that the plastic ends were attached to.

3. Turn the Monitor upside down and you will see two small tabs on each end.

4. Just pull those outward. They don't move far, but that releases the bottom seam of the Monitor.

5. Carefully pull the two pieces apart. Remember that you will put a crease on the front of your Monitor if you open it too much.

6. If you have a tool to remove the power cable great, but if you don't you can carefully pull the cable through the hole.

7. Then the whole LCD with all the boards can be removed and serviced.



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Panel? As in the display panel itself that shows the picture or what exactly? Do you already have the replacement as I don't know if its worth it.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

  • Ekse Sep 05, 2009

    You need to open the case of the display, the power board and other board are probably screwed to the panel, if the new panel does not include them, then unscrew them and place them on the new panel.

    The panels itself have a circuit board and few back light wires, do not remove those unless you really have to.

    it is very simple and straight forward job. The case will be held closed with screws or with plastic clips on the sides of the case, or both.

    all you need is a set of screwdrivers and a case opener tool would be recommended not to ruin the plastic on the sides of the case.


  • Ekse Sep 05, 2009

    I don't feel its worth it. yes you can do it if you wish and you have the money go ahead. or you can take the part and the display to a professional.

    Or buy a new 24" display

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