Introduction

The HP w2216h has 3 signal output ports. One is an HDMI port which outputs video and sound. One is a VGA port which outputs video. And one is an audio port for external speakers. Each of these ports are removed as a single part.

Image 1/1: Use the Philips #000 screwdriver to remove the 4 round12mm screws on the back panel.
  • 'Make sure you are grounded, the power supply is not connected and you are wearing safety goggles.

  • Use the Philips #000 screwdriver to remove the 4 round12mm screws on the back panel.

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Image 1/2: Using a PH1 Philips head with the 150 mm flexible extension  remove 1 Philips head  screw under the stand mounting bracket. Image 2/2: Stand will easily pull off.
  • Using a Philips #000 head remove 2 flat 12 mm screws above stand mounting bracket.

  • Using a PH1 Philips head with the 150 mm flexible extension remove 1 Philips head screw under the stand mounting bracket.

  • Stand will easily pull off.

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Image 1/3: Turn monitor so that the screen is facing you. Image 2/3: Pry the black bezel from above the metal by placing your metal spudger between the bezel and the metal and twisting the tool slightly. Image 3/3: The best places to pry are in the lower left and lower right corners of the black bezel.
  • Do not put the metal spudger between the metal and the glass. It needs to go under the bezel and above the metal.

  • Turn monitor so that the screen is facing you.

  • Pry the black bezel from above the metal by placing your metal spudger between the bezel and the metal and twisting the tool slightly.

  • The best places to pry are in the lower left and lower right corners of the black bezel.

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Image 1/3: Lift the screen assembly from the plastic housing from the corners. Image 2/3: Lift the screen assembly from the plastic housing from the corners. Image 3/3: Lift the screen assembly from the plastic housing from the corners.
  • Be careful of the wires attaching the power button and the control buttons. Show extreme caution to ensure the button is not damaged.

  • Lift the screen assembly from the plastic housing from the corners.

Should it be "underneath one of the device's corners"?

Daniel Servant - Reply

You might want to add a note letting users know that they should be careful of the wires attaching the assembly to the housing.

Daniel Servant - Reply

You may also want to note that the card for the power button slides out when you lift this assembly so the user might need to be told to slide the card back into its slot when installing the new screen. ( A picture of this would be a good idea)

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  • Remove the 4 connectors from the left side of the monitor on the back.

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Image 1/3: Remove the ribbon cable by sliding the connector towards the center of the screen assembly. Image 2/3: Lift the reflective tape next to the gray tape. Image 3/3: Lift the reflective tape next to the gray tape.
  • Lift the gray tape of the top of the monitor to expose the ribbon cable.

  • Remove the ribbon cable by sliding the connector towards the center of the screen assembly.

  • Lift the reflective tape next to the gray tape.

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Image 1/3: Lift the screen from the screen assembly. Image 2/3: Lift the screen from the screen assembly. Image 3/3: Lift the screen from the screen assembly.
  • Remove the 4 PH1 8mm Philips round screws on the outer edge of the screen's assembly.

  • Lift the screen from the screen assembly.

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  • Remove the tape holding each speakers wire to the screen assembly.

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  • Remove the two 8mm Philips #000 head screws on each speaker.

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  • Remove the speakers by lifting them vertically from the screen assembly.

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  • Remove the cables that connects the speakers to the signal output board.

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  • Remove the single Phillips #000 head screw above the HDMI port .

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  • Remove the two 2.5mm hex screws on either side of the VGA port

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Image 1/3: Remove the ribbon cable towards the bottom of the board by sliding the cable away from the board. Image 2/3: Remove both wire busses still on the board. Image 3/3: Remove both wire busses still on the board.
  • Remove all 8mm Phillips #000 screws holding the board in place.

  • Remove the ribbon cable towards the bottom of the board by sliding the cable away from the board.

  • Remove both wire busses still on the board.

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  • Lift the board out of the screen assembly by first pulling the board away from the wall where the ports mount, then upward.

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Conclusion

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

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