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I've got an HP WF1907 19" monitor with a bad AC power connector. It only works when the AC cord is in exactly the right position, angle-wise. I don't know how to get the casing open. If I could, then I could fix it myself. Pixels are okay and I don't think we got an extended warranty on this beast. I can't see any way to open it up without removing the upper "cap" on the unit, but I don't want to break anything. I've heard that these things are a bit delicate, and don't want to have to replace it.

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You need to use flat blade screwdriver, starting at the bottom edge first, once you get it open enough, lay it face down and try lifting the back cover up, be careful on the front panel cables. There is not much you can do to not scratch up the monitor a little bit, they just do not make them to be repaired these days, look for bad solder joints on the power board.

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