Procedure

1. Remove ten screws connecting the back cover to the flat panel LCD display.

2. It is not necessary to remove the two screws shown below; these attach to the wireless antenna. Note: The wireless antenna screws are not self-tapping.

3. With a plastic tool, raise the display to access cables underneath the flat panel.

5. Raise the display to disconnect the circled items: the antenna, the inverter cable, the microphone, and the power on LED. Then, peel the tape away from the video connector and carefully pry the video cable clip open to release the video cable (see next page for a close up of the clip). Pry the ferrite bead from the side or from the back. The ferrite bead is fragile and could break if a screwdriver is placed in the middle of the ferrite bead and used as leverage to remove the bead. Note: View this page at a larger size to enlarge the graphic.

6. This shows a close up of the video cable, ferrite bead, and video cable clip. After removing the tape, carefully use a screwdriver to pry the ferrite bead from the video cable clip. Pry the ferrite bead from the side or from the back. Note: The ferrite bead is fragile and could break if a screwdriver is placed in the middle of the ferrite bead and is used as leverage to remove the bead.

7. Lift the flat panel off the back cover. You are left with the LCD flat panel service part.
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