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BenQ TFT Monitor FP2801

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Wolfgang Allinger, Mar 3, 2009.

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  1. Hello,

    sorry for my poor english, but I'm a German.

    I need a service manual for a BenQ TFT Monitor FP2801.

    Can't open that thing, 8 screws removed (housing and standoff), but I
    can lift the back only for 1/2 mm. There are very strong plastic hooks
    visible, but I can't move them.

    Any Service Manual and/or hint is welcome.
    My replyto: is set and works. Please don't use the fromto:

    THX, gracias,

    Saludos Wolfgang
  2. Franc Zabkar

    Franc Zabkar Guest

    I can't help, but I believe that should be FP2081.

    - Franc Zabkar
  3. Thanks, you are right, it#s a FP2081

    Saludos Wolfgang
  4. Dav.p.

    Dav.p. Guest

    Saludos Wolfgang
    what 'Saludos ' ? Is not spanish ng..

    i think there are other screws, have you left away the base?
    If you are so sure of not, use a plastic strong thin thing to
    sparate parts and lift it , if not you end with a slightly damaged (bumps?)
    surface, the hooks are strong right, so you have to lift a bit strong.
    lifted one only side and the game is done, i opened a samsung 17"
    there was 3 hooks, one really near top, one 3/4 up center the other
    3/4 down. Remeber the hooks will be on the front i think, so you
    better insist to press to the center the rear cover. bye from Italy..
  5. Yes, but I'm living now in Paraguay.
    I got it open 2 days ago. 4 screw from the fram, 4 screws from the
    standoff removed, monitor layed down on the face on a blanket.

    The hooks 3 @ each side, 4 @ top and bottom are very strong and couldn't
    be bent inside. But they are no sharp edges, just rounded. So with an
    8cm width 0.5mm thick palette-knife, I could make enough tension, that
    the side hooks slipped out, then top and bottom and more tension, I
    lifted the back.

    Saludos Wolfgang
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