Question about Sceptre X9G-KomodoV (Black) 19 inch LCD Monitor
I have a scetre x9g-naga III monitor that goes off when it's on for a few minutes; shut it off and turn it back on a perfect picture for 2 seconds. itried to take it apart to look it over and i can't get the thing apart. i got all the screwws out but i assume that it is clipped some how? how do ya get the thing apart? thankyou for listening
Snap it apart ,it is cliped together ,after you take out the screws, no hidden screws
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
It is clipped on, or there is a hidden screw underneith a sticker or something.
They make these things hard to disassemble for a reason. There is very little you can do one you've got it open. There's almost nothing inside that can be serviced by any normal user.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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