How do you take the back off a Samsung monitor?

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Written By Thurman Schinner

Thurman Schinner graduated from Cambridge University with a bachelor’s degree and has specialized in technical writing.

How do I remove the stand from my Samsung monitor sf350?
How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2416h?
How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2719hr?
How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2417hg?
How do I remove the stand from my Lenovo monitor?
Do all monitors have VESA mounts?
How do I remove the stand from my Samsung monitor sf350?

On the bottom of the monitor there are two small inserts about 1? from either side of the monitor. Insert a spudger and slowly pry the back panel off of the monitor. Slowly work your way around the bottom, left, and right of the monitor until the back panel is removed.

How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2416h?

To remove the stand: 1. Place the monitor on a soft cloth or cushion. 2. Use a long and thin screwdriver to push the release latch.

How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2719hr?

To remove the stand:Place the monitor on a soft cloth or cushion.Use a long and thin screwdriver to push the release latch.Once the latch is released, remove the base away from the monitor.

How do I remove the stand from my Dell monitor se2417hg?

Use a long and thin screwdriver to push the release latch. 3. After the latch is released, remove the stand away from the monitor.

How do I remove the stand from my Lenovo monitor?

Hold the sides of your computer and gently lay it down so that the screen is against the surface and the cover is facing up. Remove the two rubber blocks 1 that protect the screws 2 . Carefully loosen the two screws 2 that secure the monitor stand. Then, lift the monitor stand up to remove it from the computer.

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Do all monitors have VESA mounts?

Most modern flat-panel monitors and TVs are designed with VESA compliance in mind. To determine if your computer monitor complies with VESA standards, simply check the back. If it does comply, you should see the standard four-hole screw pattern in the back of your monitor.

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