Question about HP L1955 19" LCD Monitor
There usually screws hidden behind stick-on plastic covers on the front and or edges of the screen. Use a sharp point to lift off these covers to reveal the screws.
The bezel will also have plastic catches/clips that secures the bezel to the lid as well as double sided tape. Slip a thin blade between the glass screen and bezel and gently lift the bezel free. Start at a corner and gradually work along each side.
Be careful not the apply too much pressure on the glass (it is easily cracked) and be careful not to scratch the screen.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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