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Back in July i posted about the problem of a fly crawling into my screen, i never got round to sending the monitor back and simply bought another one. Now i am building a second system and will be using the 17" monitor i bought which the fly crawled into. Obviously i want the stupid fly out is there any way of opening up a lcd screen to remove the fly, i know nothing about lcd screens so any advice on how i would go about removing him from my screen would be appreciated! (The screen is a AG Neovo F-417 if that helps at all)
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post #2 of 24
A fly.. in your screen.. ***?
    
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post #3 of 24
Man, that is one "fly" monitor foshizzle!
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Just unscrew it the shell and pick it out. Shouldn't be too hard. Obviously, go easy on the insides.
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post #5 of 24
is it inside the monitor or on the screen?
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how the hell did a fly get into the monitor. was it like small enough to crawl through the vents or were the vents like huge?
    
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post #7 of 24
Maybe this is one of those flies from the ring. I recommend you throw that monitor in the river and you get someone else to watch that TAPE! or just lock yourself in a safe for a week.
    
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post #8 of 24
lol I remember this.


Just use a screwdriver....LCDs are pretty safe inside...just be careful and have a BIG place to work, that's clean and flat...
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post #9 of 24
i still wanna know how the hell it got in there lol
    
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post #10 of 24
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Originally Posted by g8m3rtag View Post
i still wanna know how the hell it got in there lol
i posted here about 5 months ago when it happened it was back when the monitor was brand new and i saw something that looked like a fly crawling around in the screen so i turned the monitor off and cleaned it then i turn it back on and i have squashed it in the middle of the screen. at that time i just bought a new monitor and forgot all about it but i need to use it now for a second system so want to remove him!
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