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Openin case for sceptre monitor to try and fix (no screws?

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The only tools you'll need to open up the X22's case are your hands and something like a plastic putty knife. First use your hands to pry the face plate away from the housing along one of the four sides, that is, working from the middle where resistance is lowest. After you create a gap, insert the the edge of the putty knife and forcibly slide it toward one of the corners. This will separate that portion of the face plate. Do the same for the second corner. Now one side is free. Do the same for the other three sides. After you remove the face plate you'll see 4 screws that pin the lcd panel to the housing. After you remove them, be careful not to allow too much force to pull on the cable assembly that connects the panel to the mobo. Just reach in and squeeze the little metal clamps that fasten the connector to the panel. Do not try to disconnect it from the mobo from this angle. Disconnect it from the panel. Good luck.
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