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the print head is blocked?
Cancel printing and turn the machine off. Then remove the jammed paper or object that blocks printhead.
If you have not removed the protection, follow the procedures below.
1.Open the output paper tray.
2.Lift Scanning Unit (cover) until it stops.
The support of the scan unit is automatically locked.
3.Remove the orange protective tape (A) and the protective packaging (B).
slightly lift the scanner unit (cover), fold the support of the scanner
unit and then gently close the Scanning Unit (Cover).
* Do not touch the components inside the machine. The machine may not print correctly.
I find this guide about how to remove the Base of an LG LCD TV. Things You'll Need: * Table or other flat surface * Soft cloth or towel * Phillips screwdriver
Instructions: 1 Unplug your LG LCD TV from its power supply and unhook any other cables from the TV. 2 Lay a towel or a soft cloth onto a table or another flat, supportive surface. 3 Lay the LG LCD TV face down on the towel, which will protect the screen from being damaged. 4 Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the four bolts that hold the base in place. The bolts are located in the center of the TV near the bottom. 5 Slide the stand out from the bottom of the TV. 6 Press the protection cover, which is supplied with the TV, into the spot on the TV where you removed the base until you hear it click into place. 7 Re-insert the four bolts you removed into the holes on the back of the TV and tighten them with the Phillips screwdriver.
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Hi Typically, all lcd screens have a protective film coating that is scratched is not the matrix. If the scratches are not deep you can try them polished tool for polishing cd drive. If you scratch deeper and you will not be able to remove them yourself, contact a service center to replace the protective cover the screen it will cost a low price
Francois, If you really want to remove the pedestal and then rear plastic cover from the front BEZEL, then why don't you visit YOUTUBE and view some video clips of "LCD monitor disassembly" and "LCD monitor repair" to see how to "PART" the cover from the bezel!!! There sure is a lot of stuff to see on YOUTUBE. HINT!!! YOU must protect the LCD PANEL at all times!!! GOOD LUCK, 12fixlouie
The LCD display connector is either loose or the LCD is faulty, the speaker contacts are loose or the speaker is faulty.. Other than that, you have to have it checked by a qualified technician. Follow the procedures below to disassemble the phone and check the LCD, connectors and speaker.
Wear a pair of electro-static discharge (ESD) protective gloves.
Unlock and remove the battery cover.
Unlock the clips of the front cover beginning at the bottom by prying the latches with your fingernail or a prying tool one at a time.
Carefully remove the front cover.
Protect the display with a plastic film.
Remove the 6 screws using a T6 screwdriver.
Swing the user interface (UI) frame assembly upwards from the bottom. Bear in mind that the flex connector is still connected.
Disconnect the flex connector carefully by prying it.
Clean the connectors using a soft-bristle toothbrush with a lacquer thinner.
Remove the engine board and place it in a cushioned non-conducting tray.
Clean the speaker terminals and contact pads on the engine board using a cotton bud with lacquer thinner or alcohol.
Lift up the speaker terminals to ensure it makes contact with the contact pads on the engine board.
Check the resistance of the speaker using a multimeter. The resistance reading should be 20-30 ohms,
otherwise replace speaker.
Put back the engine board.
Reconnect the flex connector firmly and reassemble the UI frame assembly.
Remove the protective plastic film and reinstall the front cover.
Insert the battery and turn on the phone.
There should be a display and tone when the hands appear on screen. Otherwise, have your phone checked by a qualified technician.
To remove the base stand, place the TV face down on a smooth surface. Place a cloth underneath it to protect the screen. Remove the 4 phillipscrews from the stand. The stand can now be removed. The set can with a cover plate you can use to cover the opening.
See page #86 in the User Manual.
As on most Motorola phones, the lens that covers the main LCD must be carefully removed to access the screws underneath to pop off the exterior faceplate. Once that is done, there is a silver main casing that protects the LCD. Pry up the side to remove it. You will then be able to access the LCD for removal.
get your Dell manual out and look in the index for lcd cover. It should tell you how to take it off and maintain it. If things get behind it it should be removable. Also www.dell.com is very informative with their support group.