Question about HP L1706 17" LCD Monitor
I want to remove the rear stand from the monitor completely from the body to fix the panel on a desktop. please help
You've probably worked it out by now, but I thought I'd post the answer anyway, for anybody who may come looking in the future......
If you look at the back of the monitor you'll see two screws which can be easily removed. What's not as obvious is the THIRD screw. To get at it you need to remove the top plastic section of the stand; I carefully inserted a blade screwdriver in the groove, then gently twisted it in a few places. There's no need to dismantle the rest of the base.
It was my 12 year-old son's eagle eyes which spotted that third screw. My contribution to this part of his MAME project was figuring out how to get at it.
I hope that helps someone.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
This was P1551NG me off for ages until I stumbled accross your advice. Nice one. Thank you. Easy when you know how!
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Colin2905 - I spent ages trying to work this one out, thank you for the sollution!!
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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