Question about HP Pavilion F1703 17" LCD Monitor
I have read your solution by as a newbie I don't know how to open the monitor to access the circuitry. I'm affraid that doing improperly I could cause further damage
WITH POWER DISCONNECTED...
1. From the back, pullout the two rubbeer plugs visible towards the top of the stand. this will reveal two screws - remove them.
2. From the front. gently pull the front plastic bezel toward you from the bottom (where it says hp pavilion f103,the powerbutton and other buttons are). It should simply unclip along the bottom. Then work your way up the sides gently, finally when bottom and sides are free it should lift off the top.
3. Remove all the small screws around the side of the LCD display. The whole LCDdisplay, and electronicsbehind, should now be able to be lifte dout of the plastic chassis.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
If your affraid of causing further damage it might be best to leave it up to the repair man.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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