Introduction

Replacing your display will give you a fresh new screen when your old one is not functioning properly.

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  • Lay the monitor on a flat surface so that the back is facing up.

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Image 1/2: Squeeze inwards with your thumbs and fingers and lift up to remove the hinge cover. Image 2/2: Squeeze inwards with your thumbs and fingers and lift up to remove the hinge cover.
  • Grab the hinge cover with both hands on either side of the stand.

  • Squeeze inwards with your thumbs and fingers and lift up to remove the hinge cover.

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Image 1/2: Support the monitor while removing the screws to prevent the monitor from falling. Image 2/2: Lift up to detach the stand.
  • Remove the four 12.1 mm Phillips #2 screws that hold the stand to the monitor.

  • Support the monitor while removing the screws to prevent the monitor from falling.

  • Lift up to detach the stand.

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  • Remove the five 9.5 mm Phillips #2 screws located around the perimeter of the monitor.

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Image 1/3: Tilt the plastic opening tool up to separate the back cover from the display bezel. Image 2/3: Continue around the perimeter of the monitor until the display bezel comes off. Image 3/3: A reasonable amount of force is necessary to detach the back cover from the display bezel.
  • Starting at the corner of the monitor, wedge the small plastic opening tool between the back cover and the display bezel.

  • Tilt the plastic opening tool up to separate the back cover from the display bezel.

  • Continue around the perimeter of the monitor until the display bezel comes off.

  • A reasonable amount of force is necessary to detach the back cover from the display bezel.

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Image 1/2: Grab the corners of the monitor and jiggle them upwards to detach the back cover from the inside of the monitor. Image 2/2: Lift the back cover up.
  • Reposition the monitor so that the back is facing up.

  • Grab the corners of the monitor and jiggle them upwards to detach the back cover from the inside of the monitor.

  • Lift the back cover up.

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  • Remove the two 5.7 mm Phillips #2 screws located on either side of the EMI shield.

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  • Using the needle nose pliers, remove the two nuts on either side of the VGA input.

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Image 1/3: Lift up to remove the metal casing. Image 2/3: Beware, metal casing is sharp! Image 3/3: Beware, metal casing is sharp!
  • Grab the metal casing by the sides and slide it down towards the bottom of the monitor.

  • Lift up to remove the metal casing.

  • Beware, metal casing is sharp!

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  • Remove the three gold 7.5 mm Phillips #2 screws and one silver 8.3 mm Phillips #2 screw from the power supply.

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  • Remove the two pieces of yellow tape on the left side of the power supply.

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  • Remove the four little white clips located underneath the pieces of tape by lifting up on their left side.

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  • With the needle-nose pliers, remove the four display connectors by pulling directly left.

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  • Remove the display cable located at the top of the circuit board by pulling it out towards the top of the monitor.

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Image 1/3: Remove the two 6.6 mm Phillips #2 screws located on both sides of the metal casing (four screws total). Image 2/3: Remove the two 6.6 mm Phillips #2 screws located on both sides of the metal casing (four screws total). Image 3/3: Remove the two 6.6 mm Phillips #2 screws located on both sides of the metal casing (four screws total).
  • Turn the monitor on its side so that the power supply and circuit board are facing to the right

  • Remove the two 6.6 mm Phillips #2 screws located on both sides of the metal casing (four screws total).

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Image 1/2: Feed all four of the connector wires down through the metal casing. Image 2/2: Feed all four of the connector wires down through the metal casing.
  • Set the monitor back down so that the power supply and circuit board are facing you.

  • Feed all four of the connector wires down through the metal casing.

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Image 1/3: Turn the display over to see the front; you are ready replace the broken display with a new one! Image 2/3: Turn the display over to see the front; you are ready replace the broken display with a new one! Image 3/3: Turn the display over to see the front; you are ready replace the broken display with a new one!
  • Grab the sides of the metal casing and lift up.

  • Turn the display over to see the front; you are ready replace the broken display with a new one!

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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