Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

In this tutorial, I will show you how to do a complete teardown of this monitor, using only two different sized Philip's head screwdrivers

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Envision EN7410, use our service manual.

Image 1/2: Remove the four screws holding the stand onto the monitor Image 2/2: Remove the four screws holding the stand onto the monitor
  • Place the monitor on its screen side down

  • Remove the four screws holding the stand onto the monitor

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Image 1/3: The monitor is held in place with clips. Lightly bend the backing backwards to separate the frame from the screen Image 2/3: The monitor is held in place with clips. Lightly bend the backing backwards to separate the frame from the screen Image 3/3: The monitor is held in place with clips. Lightly bend the backing backwards to separate the frame from the screen
  • To remove the backing, remove the two screws holding the case in place.

  • The monitor is held in place with clips. Lightly bend the backing backwards to separate the frame from the screen

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Image 1/2: Remove this section by unscrewing the three screws holding it in place Image 2/2: Remember that this section is connected by wires, and should be handled carefully
  • We must first remove the circuits connected to the buttons used to calibrate the monitor

  • Remove this section by unscrewing the three screws holding it in place

  • Remember that this section is connected by wires, and should be handled carefully

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  • Hold right below the cables and pull the cable apart from the top circuit board

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Image 1/1: These screws are relatively tiny, so make sure that they are stored securely
  • There are four screws on each side of the monitor that you must remove to disassemble the rest of the monitor

  • These screws are relatively tiny, so make sure that they are stored securely

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Image 1/2: Make sure Step 3 was completed in full because it is connected to this part Image 2/2: Make sure Step 3 was completed in full because it is connected to this part
  • Remove the backing of the circuit board by unscrewing the four screws holding it in place

  • Make sure Step 3 was completed in full because it is connected to this part

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Image 1/3: Remove the tape covering any of the screws or wires we will remove in future steps Image 2/3: Remove the tape covering any of the screws or wires we will remove in future steps Image 3/3: Remove the tape covering any of the screws or wires we will remove in future steps
  • Remove these panels after the past steps have been completed in full

  • Remove the tape covering any of the screws or wires we will remove in future steps

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Image 1/1: Use the mini Philip's head
  • Remove the three screws on the circuit board

  • Use the mini Philip's head

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Image 1/1: Remember to use the mini Philip's head
  • Remove the two smaller screws on the side circuit board

  • Remember to use the mini Philip's head

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Image 1/3: This is similar to removing the other frame in step 2 Image 2/3: This is similar to removing the other frame in step 2 Image 3/3: This is similar to removing the other frame in step 2
  • Pop away the metal frame surrounding the LCD monitor

  • This is similar to removing the other frame in step 2

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Image 1/3: Holding the screen vertically, slide the black screen off Image 2/3: Holding the screen vertically, slide the black screen off Image 3/3: Holding the screen vertically, slide the black screen off
  • Raise the green circuit boards up

  • Holding the screen vertically, slide the black screen off

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Image 1/3: Place your fingers on the sides of the glass panel and lift it upwards to remove it Image 2/3: Place your fingers on the sides of the glass panel and lift it upwards to remove it Image 3/3: Place your fingers on the sides of the glass panel and lift it upwards to remove it
  • Remove the plastic filter sheets covering the LCD glass panel

  • Place your fingers on the sides of the glass panel and lift it upwards to remove it

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Image 1/2: Just like the previous frames, pop the plastic black frame apart from the rest of the monitor Image 2/2: Just like the previous frames, pop the plastic black frame apart from the rest of the monitor
  • Place the monitor white side up

  • Just like the previous frames, pop the plastic black frame apart from the rest of the monitor

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Image 1/2: This will separate the two components apart Image 2/2: You have successfully completed a teardown of the Envision EN7410 monitor
  • gently lift the two metal bars connected to the circuit board.

  • This will separate the two components apart

  • You have successfully completed a teardown of the Envision EN7410 monitor

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Anthony Fontes

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