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K guys did the debezeling before class here's what it is:



Not going to work unless I have three which would still look ugly as sin. The bottom of the panel when looked at horizontally has a thicker edge with a different material type taped on top. Sides and top are fine but unless the thicker bottom won't bother you I would NOT recommend debezeling them. Had to bend a bit of the metal with my hands (black front bezel) to actually get the panel out too.
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its better if you put the right price just in case of any issue.
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K guys did the debezeling before class here's what it is:

Not going to work unless I have three which would still look ugly as sin. The bottom of the panel when looked at horizontally has a thicker edge with a different material type taped on top. Sides and top are fine but unless the thicker bottom won't bother you I would NOT recommend debezeling them. Had to bend a bit of the metal with my hands (black front bezel) to actually get the panel out too.

Did you take any more pics by any chance? How hard was it to debezel - i think it looks nice from the pic...might need to get some glossy duct tape or something to clean it up a bit - where you able to get it to work without the casing?

Thanks for this
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I bought one from BCC for 380 to be shipped to Canada. He's asking how much to put on the invoice.
Shrug id say $150-$200
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Did you take any more pics by any chance? How hard was it to debezel - i think it looks nice from the pic...might need to get some glossy duct tape or something to clean it up a bit - where you able to get it to work without the casing?
Thanks for this

Nah no more pics, just since it wouldn't work for me. However debezeling was rather easy, take out every screw on back and 2 screws on bottom vents. The take out one side traingular vent, unscrew secondary PCB on the other vent piece, unlatch all cables (2 connections total) and then unscrew and remove the button daughterboard. Then your left with panel and stubborn metal black bezel front. Shove 8 of your fingers and work one side of the bezel and bend ever so slightly and just work it out.

However no I didn't fire it up without it's bezel. I can't see it not working though, I just didn't want to risk any static discharge or shorting out. May do another disaseembly tomorrow so people have a guide on the front page to look at if needed.

That being said 3 in landscape would work rather well but since I do portrait it's a moot point
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Good stuff - im looking to add a 2nd 27" monitor and probably debezel both if its not to hard/risky.

What would you do with the extra 2 boards - screw those 2 white panel things back? It looks like you have both a blue and green board in that pic
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Good stuff - im looking to add a 2nd 27" monitor and probably debezel both if its not to hard/risky.
What would you do with the extra 2 boards - screw those 2 white panel things back? It looks like you have both a blue and green board in that pic

There's 3 boards if you count the button PCB, and I'd (if I knew I'd never put the bezel back on) cut the top and bottom white venting on the back enclosure and size it down but still allow it to screw into the back of the panel so I could mount it with vesa 100 or stock stand in addition to still having the spaces for PCBs to go in. I'm sure you could get a custom back panel laser cut in a shop but would cost money (not too much I assume)

That's my initial thoughts on it but will get back here tomorrow.
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Hello, everyone!
reposting here, because, it seems to be more alive.

I recently purchased the monitor, and it worked great. Just great.
But today, it seems, that i didn't do anything weird, but the monitor turned off, and begin blinking by it's led indicator with blue and red colors. Approximatly one time in three seconds. And it's power brick blinking by it's green led synchronously.

Unfortunately, i don't remember, was that green light blinking, or just lighthing when everything worked.

Could you say, is it blinking in normal state?

And what could it be the problem, with power brick, with backlight, with cables?

I live in Europe, so I have 220V power. Also, earlier, when I had problems with resolution during adjusting my video card, it's backlight lighted up. Now it's backlight is always off.

I investigated the following behaviour: when computer is off ( no signal), the led is flashing purple. When the computer is on, the indicator flashing alternatevly red, blue (rarely).

Also, I pressed the button (on/off), and it doesn't change anything. Doesn't matter how long i hold it, it continue flashing.
Edited by necto - 10/18/12 at 2:49am
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Fedex woes...

A word of warning to anyone sending back a monitor via Fedex...

In the UK, Fedex bill for customs charges retrospectively - this means that you get the monitor and a week later an invoice appears for 20% VAT + £10.50 clearance. The fee is already high compared to DHL (£1.25), but add to this the incompetence of the service and this thing really grates.

Fedex's fee is non-refundable and must be paid for even in the event of a return. Fedex do have a "temporary stay" service, but this needs to be booked in advance and costs £50 + VAT or whatever big number the girl at the end of the telephone could think of. The VAT is reclaimable, however, by applying direct to HMRC with the original customs clearance document and a proof of sending certificate for the return carriage. As Fedex staff apparently have no means of communicating with each other, it is a painstaking task to ring up at each stage of the return process to request documentation.

If it can go wrong, it will go wrong.

I booked the return collection giving the original sender's account reference number and thought all well and good.

On the day of the collection, the driver refused to accept the package, asked for payment for the delivery and wanted more paperwork!
I called their office and was e-mailed a "Commercial Invoice" to be printed out 3 times and handed to the driver.
Turns out they needed 6 copies.

On the day of the 2nd collection attempt, I phoned again and was told Fedex needed an "Airway Bill" too.
Grrr! No matter, the driver would just have to bring the additional form with him.

Finally the package was on its way, BUT the service had been changed from "International Economy" to the more expensive "International Priority"! More commission for someone, I suspect.

The monitor is in South Korea. I've wasted hours on the phone to Fedex on their premium rate call line and I'm waiting to see if the seller will refund me despite having the monitor sent back on a premium rate service they hadn't agreed to. The e-mail address given to me over the phone to get a proof of posting certificate from Fedex has bounced and I'm left trying to get in contact via their Webmail form.

About £350 down at the moment and no monitor. redface.gif
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Fedex woes...
A word of warning to anyone sending back a monitor via Fedex...

Wow dude, I'm actually in the same situation as you, but yours sounds just a tad worse.

For starters, I secretly did some illegal things and avoided paying customs in Canada originally, DHL still charged me their $20 in paperwork fees though =\

Secondly, I also had to ship back to SK, my biggest issue was actually finding a box, but I also did NOT get an AWB # when I called DHL to book the collection attempt. The driver picked it up anyway saying 'sometimes they take care of it', but they didn't, so I had to call multiple times to get a new AWB#. Took about a week. Then they finally sent it off express (my seller wanted express though). I fortunately didn't have any issue with payment/collections.

Then it was fairly slow with communication by my seller, but he finally sent out my new monitor today, he gave me the new AWB# but DHL didn't pick it up yet cause it's not in their tracking system yet. Unlike you, I actually want a new monitor, not a refund.

Anyway the only other obstacle I think I will need to conquer will be trying to avoid double-customs on the way back, since it already cleared the first time around.

I will update once it gets here HOPEFULLY mid-next week.

But yeah, I loved the monitor while I had it, I just want a properly working one! Being $360 short and no monitor that I know I want and love, that's the hardest part.
Edited by Gloomfrost - 10/18/12 at 11:32pm
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