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Not certain for this monitor, but most LCD monitors seem to have a bezel that slides upwards to remove.
If removing the small screws allows you to lift the bottom edge of the bezel, then I'm pretty sure that's how it will work - put it face up on a desk or your lap with the screen upwards, lift the edge fo the bezel a little and push the two nearest corners away from you at the top (the left and right bottom corners as you would look at the monitor on your desk). The bezel should slide maye an inch, come off the clips and then lift right off.
The problem seems to be with the monitor.When there is no Display,if you power-off and on again do you get a Benq Startup screen?If not the problem should be dry solder on the Invertor board.Try tapping screen lightly,if it comes on the problem is dry solder on Invertor board.
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I had the same problem ...I bought a new 2 GB SD card put it in the camera and it worked fine.
It may have had something to do with formatting ..I tried to format the other card wiyh my computer when the video camera would stay on.
I tried to reset the camera that didn't work either.
The new SD Card did work.