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Open the LCD cover

How to open this DELL LCD cover? Thanks-Minh

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I had the same problem and it was quite difficult to open the case. So now I want to share my experience on how to open it and also publish some helpfull pictures (of course these also works for the 2007 screen):

1. I made a tool from the top of a aluminium can. It's quite thin and bendable but still strong enough (make sure there are no sharp edges).
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2. You have to understand how the parts of case are joined together and hold by snaps. Here a piture of a snap. The front frame has bails(?) hitching on the snaps (see picture 3).
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Move the tool between the bails and the snaps so they will let go. The first snap is always difficult. Start at the top or bottom, because the sides have a "double" wall (see picture 1 black and grey) and it is difficult to find the right way.
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There are five snaps on each side. Always one in the middle, one on each corner and one between. Start with the middle one. Use a screwdriver to get a little gap between the two parts of the case. Push the tool inside til the snap will let go and the case opens a little. Continue with Open the LCD cover - 2d8a490.jpgap.
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When the case is open be carefull there are sameOpen the LCD cover - e6022ef.jpgdered to the front part.
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If you have a problem with the power button. Usually there is a thin bolt missing like the other buttons have. I glued a very small screw into the button. One like used to fix the sOpen the LCD cover - 7b0edf4.jpgt board. Make sure the length is appropriate.
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Hope this helps anybody.

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Posted on May 01, 2009

  • clibo967 May 03, 2009

    FORGET MY LAST SENTENSE. The electrical push button is NOT directly behind the button on the front. It's behind the small white arm you can see on the last picture (at the left border of the button). This arm is too week and sometimes broken. Unfortunately this is a design fault by Dell. I drilled a small hole through the front and use something thin like a paper clip or keep the monitor switched on and use a switchable multipoint connector.

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Check out the help videos at this link
http://www.lcdrepair.us/Installation.html

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Take out all screws and use a flat object to pry it open... their glued together

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