Question about Samsung SyncMaster 932B LCD Monitor
Lay the monitor face down on a padded horizontal surface. I use a thick towel on a table, Remove the pedestal by unscrewing the wing-screw on the bottom. This will allow better access to the slots in the case halves on the bottom of the monitor. Use a screwdriver about the size of the slot, insert and twist. The case should separate with a loud snap. Do this for both slots. Then, using two screwdrivers, one to twist and unsnap and one to hold the gap open, work you way around the edge until you are able to pull the two halves of the case apart. You may want to pad the twisting screwdriver with some tape around the blade. The corners are good places to work since the case is stronger there. Note that the circuit board chassis is not attached to the LCD panel, but is held in place by tabs on the inside of the rear case half. Keep this in mind when you reinstall the case back.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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