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iiyama prolite xb2374hds screen

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Hi

I've just been given this by a despairing user

The problem is it does nothing at all.

Usually this would be a good sign since it
usually means a blown fuse or something
equally simple.

I've tested the power cord and its getting juice
ok but is completely lifeless. I would get the cover off
post haste and start poking around with a meter any
other time but here's the rub. The box is seemingly
IMPOSSIBLE to take apart! - I've taken all manner of
devices to bits and even reassembled some to working
order but this beast has absolutely no bits to remove
or screws or anything! Anybody know a fiendly iiyama
man with a magic spanner or something?

You guys are the tops!

Martin Langley
 
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