Originally Posted by ScribbyDaGreat
Please follow the OP instructions on how to remove the arc. You DO NOT need to remove the connector at the OSD board. The connector can be removed much easier, and safer, at the DVI PCB. This is about the sixth person who has ruined their OSD board by trying this approach. All cables (well two of three) should be pulled from the DVI PCB - the third cable is the LED lead and that is a simple snap connector. If you follow the guide you will be happy.
I did follow the instructions to the dime.......except I did NOT remove any type of connections.......the cable got caught on the monitor and broke off..............That's why my post was to warn people about how fragile the connector is........
About those people who also messed up their OSD board.......did they manage to get new ones from the sellers in Korea? Or did they find a way to solder it back together?Edited by armoured - 7/1/12 at 12:00pm