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My on/off button doesn't work anymore. I want to open the monitor, but it won't open. I have no idea how to open the monitor, I already unscrewed it, but it still won't open. How to open it, so you can get to the inside?

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I suggest trying to clean power switch, like someone said, using a straw. You have to split the end to make it go down by the switch and rotate it around the switch, then blow it out with electronic dusting air.

It worked for mine.

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