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Re: opening the monitor
These are a snap to open.
Put a towel on a flat surface like the dining table.
Remove the 2 screws that hold the stand in and slide the stand out of the hole.
Remove the screw in each of the 2 bottom corners.
Remove the screw in the middle at the bottom (it was under the stand to begin with but some do not have it for some reason.)
Now comes the easy part.
Put a few fingers onto the section the power plug goes into.
Tuck your thumbs into the hole left by the stand.
Push into the power plug section downwards with your fingers at the same time pull upwards with your thumbs. The rear panel should pop up. Gently pop it all around the edges.
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You need to use flat thin blade screw driver to crack open the case, starting at the bottom edge of the case first, you may need two screw drivers, when it starting to come apart, leave one screw driver in the partially opening section so it not snap back together while you tackle another section of the case. Most monitors cases these day do not have small slot to show where you should crack open the case at, they just do not want you to fix it.
A 1996 CRT CATHODE RAY TUBE MONITOR FROM THE YEAR 1996, 22 YEARS AGO... WOW. A RECORD HERe.
tHERE is a trick to open it, that I will not tell you ! (a lock)
because you'd get huge shocked with the 12,000 volts inside,.
the thing can hold a charge for a long time.
why not inter the 21st Century with a LCD monitor.
gee $20 used,
it seems that you open any monitor first time i suggest you to if any screw is not present then not to try to open and if screw is present then remove the screw and remove the base also. then see any lock present on the cover. pull the housing upwards and plz unlock the cover very safety and this you may remove the cover
Please do not Open a Monitor, If the issue Exists with the Display Try with another Monitor ... If the same issue exist on more than one Monitor, then Troubleshoot your computer to fix it.
If the second Monitor does great then Service/Replace the monitor.
Opening the Monitor could Void the warranty if you have one upon it.
The problem is defective keys/switches of front key PCB.You need to replace this key PCB or Individual keys.
Normally Benq Offers a 3 yr warranty Try contacting BenQ.
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