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I knocked my Microteck LCD Monitor off the desk resulting in a circuit board of some kind to come out of the case.
It is still attached and the monitor is still working but has some broken mounting brackets. The screens frame came off , all except one corner. I am not sure on how to remove it completely. I am not sure how the board was attached but once I can gain access it may be apparent.
Does anyone know how the screen is disassembled and reassembly?
If you can post the image of your monitor here, it would be great. Actually, I used to repair monitor from Dell. There are 4 screws for rear panel and no screw for
front frame. If there is no visible screw, you have to look for
"capped" screw holes (little covers that fit flush with the case to
hide the screws). If you don't see these neither, this must be a tension fit case.
So, face the screen up and look for "rectangular hole" on the side
edge (usually at the bottom edge of the screen). You'll need a very thin flat screw driver and wedge
it into that narrow rectangular hole. You can use any prybar if you don't have
screw driver. It is not too deep. You may stab something important inside and
pry it. Once it starts to spread, start sliding it along the seem and you
should feel the tension tabs start "popping" open. Continue to work
your way around until it's off.
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Place your cell phone face-down, remove the back cover, remove the battery from its compartment and set it aside.
Remove the Phillips-head screws securing the back panel of the phone. This portion of disassembly varies from phone to phone. Some cell phones require that you pry off the back panel with a thin plastic object such as a guitar pick or credit card. Remove the back panel and set it aside.
Remove the circuit board. This part of the disassembly process varies from cell phone to cell phone. Most cell phones require that you remove the screws securing the circuit board in place. After the screws are removed, you may be able to completely remove the circuit board, but many phone require that you disconnect one or several ribbon cables connecting the circuit board to the keypad, LCD screen and camera. Lift the circuit board out of the phone and set it aside.
Remove the now-exposed LCD screen. You may need to remove a few small Phillips-head screws. Lift the LCD screen out of the cell phone casing and set it aside.
Follow this procedure in reverse to install the new LCD screen into your cell phone and re-assemble the cell phone casing.
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