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how to open HP L1925 monitor

by magtheman / January 1, 2009 11:42 AM PST

Hi All,
Please help. Do you know how to open HP L1925 monitor? I need to take plastic of the hardware, please do not ask why. Just for fun. Do I need a special tool?
Thanks

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by Coryphaeus / January 1, 2009 9:00 PM PST

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by Willy / January 1, 2009 11:54 PM PST

WAG, if there are no screws holding the covering on then there maybe a "snap/barb" type fastener. I exclude the stand itself which usually has VESA compliance to mount differently. The special tool is nothing more than an "angled tool" which can depress and keep barb out of way and you wiggle a side free, more than one is preferred. NO NOT FORCE it but depress if that what it uses, otherwise you'll break it off, though flexible. Think of angle as in a ramp that slides into place and hits barb and pushes out of way so it can be pulled through hole from behind. Also, it need not be pushed down too hard, otherwise the barb is forced against side and removal is still hard. I hope you get the idea. I suggest you don't use a small screwdriver it tends to apply to much unknown force.

tada -----Willy Happy

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