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Samsung LCD disassembly

Posted on 2007-03-29
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I need instructions on how to dissassemble a Samsung Syncmaster LCD.  Actually, I just need to take off the rear housing panel.  I don't see any screws!?  Pictures are worth a thousand words, but a clean description will do just fine also.
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michko earned 500 total points
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Don't know your specific model.  Find it here and look at the service manual:
http://www.eserviceinfo.com/index.php?what=search2

Basically, you insert a paint scraper/putty knife into the slot between the
two screen halves and pry it apart.  The service manual shows the steps.
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by:dreinmann
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I found the way to do it with out any blemishes whatsoever.  Take off the stand.  Put a screwdriver in the stand slot, and pry up.  Pops right off!
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