Question about Acer AL1511 15" LCD Monitor
The symptom of your LCD screen when it wanted to "die". I suggest you to send it to a workshop and get it repaired.
Posted on Jun 05, 2007
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and got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "Acer
Support" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before
Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating
system when requested. Look for a place to enter your serial number for
specifications. You might have to start with the Warranty area to find
take the lcd screen apart is fairly simple. You would start by
removing the plastic or rubber bumpers that are located on the plastic
strip that goes around the lcd screen. Remove them with a real small
flat head screw driver or an pin and then you will see the screws that
hold it in place. remove the screws, remove the plastic strip by prying
it apart with a little force and it will snap out. Then start removing
the screws that hold the lcd screen to the brackets on the sides. Once
you remove them, tilt the lcd screen forward and the screen will fall
out into your hand. Use your hand to catch it because you don't want it
to fall down on the keyboard or fall out too far because there is a
cable on the back of it that you don't want to damage. You can remove
the cable from the back of the lcd. Sometimes it might be secured with a
piece of tape, so remove the tape to remove the cable.
the lcd does not come out once you remove the screws from the side
brackets then you might have to remove screws from the 4 corners that is
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