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현재 버전 게시자: Nick ,

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Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws outside of the stand. The issue is knowing which way to work. Many of the modern ones come apart starting with the bezel, but some like the Dells are assembled from the front. I would go from the back first to be safe since that’s the more typical way of doing it.
Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws outside of the stand. The issue is knowing which way to work. Many of the modern ones come apart starting with the bezel, but some like the Dells are assembled from the front. I would go from the back first to be safe since that’s the more typical way of doing it.
 
Once you know which case it isway to work, start from the bottom and start removing the snaps. If you have to use harsh tools, work from the parts with the least visibilitybottom to avoid deep visible gouges. Once you have one side unsnapped, work ondo the same for the subsequent sides. Afterother 3.

After
you get at least 3 sidessides loose, then you can work thetypically work the final side off by hand on the final side,side with some caution. If it’s stubborn or edge to edge, it’s best to work all 4 sides off before removing the front or back bezel. I would expect a little cosmetic damage will be done to the monitor, so do not be surprised as it’s largely unavoidablemonitor since you really can’t avoid it.
Once you know which case it isway to work, start from the bottom and start removing the snaps. If you have to use harsh tools, work from the parts with the least visibilitybottom to avoid deep visible gouges. Once you have one side unsnapped, work ondo the same for the subsequent sides. Afterother 3.

After
you get at least 3 sidessides loose, then you can work thetypically work the final side off by hand on the final side,side with some caution. If it’s stubborn or edge to edge, it’s best to work all 4 sides off before removing the front or back bezel. I would expect a little cosmetic damage will be done to the monitor, so do not be surprised as it’s largely unavoidablemonitor since you really can’t avoid it.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything as long as you're careful.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. Thescrews outside of the stand. The issue is knowing which way to know if it’s a front to back or back to front job to to see howwork. Many of the modern ones come apart starting with the bezelsbezel, but some like the Dells are laid out. Ifassembled from the bezel is a solid piece, back to front. If it’s part of the front panel, you have a back to front monitor.
Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. Thescrews outside of the stand. The issue is knowing which way to know if it’s a front to back or back to front job to to see howwork. Many of the modern ones come apart starting with the bezelsbezel, but some like the Dells are laid out. Ifassembled from the bezel is a solid piece, back to front. If it’s part of the front panel, you have a back to front monitor.
 
Once you know which case it is, start from the bottom and start removing the snaps. If you have to use harsh tools, work from the parts with the least visibility to avoid deep visible gouges. Once you have one side unsnapped, work on the subsequent sides. After you get at least 3 sides, then you can work the work the final side off by hand on the final side, with some caution. If it’s stubborn or edge to edge, it’s best to work all 4 sides off before removing the front or back bezel. I would expect a little cosmetic damage will be done to the monitor, so do not be surprised as it’s largely unavoidable.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything as long as you're careful.

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will needThe way to protectknow if it’s a front to back or back to front job to to see how the screen, lift up one cornerbezels are laid out. If the bezel is a solid piece, back to front. If it’s part of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!)front panel, you have a back to front monitor.

Once you know which case it is, start from the bottom
and start removing the snaps. If you have to use harsh tools, work from the parts with one cornerthe least visibility to avoid deep visible gouges. Once you have that corner up,one side unsnapped, work on the subsequent sides. After you get at least 3 sides, then you can work with the rest ofwork the bezelfinal side off by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you needfinal side, with some caution. If it’s stubborn or edge to remove from this one sinceedge, it’s a small bezel monitor. Expectbest to do some cosmetic damage, so do what you can to keep thiswork all on4 sides off before removing the front or back where itbezel. I would expect a little cosmetic damage will be harddone to seethe monitor, so do not be surprised as it’s largely unavoidable.
Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will needThe way to protectknow if it’s a front to back or back to front job to to see how the screen, lift up one cornerbezels are laid out. If the bezel is a solid piece, back to front. If it’s part of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!)front panel, you have a back to front monitor.

Once you know which case it is, start from the bottom
and start removing the snaps. If you have to use harsh tools, work from the parts with one cornerthe least visibility to avoid deep visible gouges. Once you have that corner up,one side unsnapped, work on the subsequent sides. After you get at least 3 sides, then you can work with the rest ofwork the bezelfinal side off by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you needfinal side, with some caution. If it’s stubborn or edge to remove from this one sinceedge, it’s a small bezel monitor. Expectbest to do some cosmetic damage, so do what you can to keep thiswork all on4 sides off before removing the front or back where itbezel. I would expect a little cosmetic damage will be harddone to seethe monitor, so do not be surprised as it’s largely unavoidable.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything as long as you're careful.

현황:

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you need to remove from this one since it’s a small bezel monitor. Expect to do some cosmetic damage, so do what you can to keep this all on the back where it will be hard to see.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anythinganything as long as you're careful.
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anythinganything as long as you're careful.

현황:

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you need to remove from this one since it’s a small bezel monitor. Expect to do some cosmetic damage, so do what you can to keep this all on the back where it will be hard to see.
Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you need to remove from this one since it’s a small bezel monitor. Expect to do some cosmetic damage, so do what you can to keep this all on the back where it will be hard to see.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything.

현황:

open

편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you need to remove from this one since it’s a small bezel monitor.
Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove. However, the back may be what you need to remove from this one since it’s a small bezel monitor.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything.

현황:

open

편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything.
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner. As long as you keep this in mind, you’re not going to break anything.

현황:

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편집자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove.
 
This can be difficult to do, especially if it hasn’t been opened by a previous owner.

현황:

open

원문 게시자: Nick ,

텍스트:

Most modern monitors are snapped shut and don’t use screws. You will need to protect the screen, lift up one corner of the monitor with your hand (DO NOT USE TOOLS!) and start with one corner. Once you have that corner up, you can work with the rest of the bezel by hand or with a tool, depending on how tough the bezel is to remove.

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