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Debezeling QNIX Monitor

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Hey guys, I have a few questions if someone doesn't mind helping me out.

~ First off, is this monitor able to be debezelled? I wont need the vesa mount on the back of the monitor, but I will need the stand to be able to still be attached. Is this possible?

~ How would debezelling this monitor work since it looks like the "neck" of the stand is attached to the monitor with no signs of screws to detach it from what I can see.

~ What sort of tool is best used to debezel that's good for a first time debezeller?

~ If for any reason the monitors needs to be shipped out for an RMA god forbid, does the bezel go right back on?


Hope to hear from someone soon, any help would be very much appreciated.

I have watched hatlesschimp's youtube videos of him debezelling a different ASUS monitor but his monitors are quite a bit different in terms of the stand and whatnot.

Any little tips are always welcome as well. smile.gif
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While I do not know anything about debezelling this particular monitor...I can suggest 'trim tools' for helping you pry off that front bezel, without destroying your fingers/nails and scratching stuff up with a knife or screwdriver.

With regards to the trim tools I linked to, you don't really need all 5 of those, mostly just the smaller ones, so feel free to choose a smaller bundle of tools that is cheaper.

As far as the stand and where it actually inserts...there's no way for us to know until you get the actual LCD panel out of the plastic housing and see what the back of it looks like. Hopefully the PCB box is attached to the backside of the metal LCD panel casing and that there is an opening where the stand plugs into.
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