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Degaussing a NEC LCD1700M+

I can't locate the "button" on this model. Can you tell where I'd find it and how to get there. Thanks.

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LCD type monitors don't use a degaussing coil. Older CRT type monitors used/needed a degaussing coil built around CRT for de-magnetizing.

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