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Opening F-417 monitor

I'm having trouble opening my monitor to get to the video cable so I can replace it... any tips? I removed all the visible screws, but it seems like there's something else holding it together.

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  • ruubke Oct 16, 2008

    I have idd the same problem also. Can you send me those pictures?

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There are plastic tabs running along each side of the monitor. 4 on the top and sides, 2 on the bottom. Removing the case is more than a little unnerving, very snappy! I did it with a flathead screwdriver and quite a lot of force.
I have some pictures that may help, I'll post them if you still require help.
I think the idea is to press down on the tabs to disengage them from the front of the monitor.

Posted on May 17, 2008

  • rudvorak Oct 03, 2010

    You need to unscrew all the 6 screws to open this monitor, 4 in the corners, and the remaining 2 fixing monitor to weighty stand. Then you can dilate monitor on its sides, top and bottom, starting in its corners, using flat screwdriver and considerable force.

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