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    Default Help to open monitor PS/1 P/N 93F0503

    Hi.

    I am trying to open a monitor of a PS / 1 2121. I want to open to clean and see that everything is correct before turning it on.
    Remove 4 screws and the base but I am not able to remove the cabinet. Does anyone know if he has any particular lock or something?

    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franchute13 View Post
    I want to open to ... see that everything is correct before turning it on.
    What would you be expecting to be able to see?
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    Hi.
    Thanks for answering.
    This monitor has the PS/1 PSU inside. This PSU has a cooler. I want to see if it is in good condition and clean it.
    Regards.

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    Look at "monitor disassembly" here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    Look at "monitor disassembly" here
    Thanks for answering.
    The monitor is a different model. There are no screws under the base.

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    Okay, I tried. VCF member vwestlife is pretty familiar with the PS/1 stuff. Why not shoot him a PM and see what he has to say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    Okay, I tried. VCF member vwestlife is pretty familiar with the PS/1 stuff. Why not shoot him a PM and see what he has to say?
    Okey

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    I have not taken apart the monitor. Sometimes there are screws hidden under the label or rubber feet.

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    There may be covered recessed cutouts where the screws are hidden.
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    Hi.

    I could not disassemble it, so I left it as it was, I tried to have good output voltage and use it until it can.

    Here is a picture of the monitor and the PS/1 2121 (386sx 16mhz, 6mb ram, 40mb).

    Thank you all.
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