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How to remove a Samsung S24FF 24&#; LED monitor stand hinge to make it VESA mountable

I recently wrote a post about setting up a home office space and how a Brateck monitor arm made a huge difference in ergonomics and productivity. The reason behind buying the arm was to mount a Samsung S24FF 24&#; LED monitor and be able to position it perfectly when seated at the desk.

The monitor has 75&#;75 VESA holes which are located at the bottom of the screen right above the hinge attachment for the stand. 

The VESA plate on the Brateck monitor arm comes in a 75&#;75 and &#; configuration. Owing to the &#; configuration, the hinge attachment got in the way of the plate sitting flush with the back panel of the monitor. If however, the arm only came with a 75&#;75 plate, this may not have been an issue.

At this point, I was stuck with a problem of how to remove the hinge attachment.

Removing the Samsung LED monitor stand hinge attachment

Samsung S24FF 24" LED monitor stand hinge attachment

After getting over the annoyance and disappointment of not being able to set things up as quickly and easily as hoped, came the task of finding a solution.

Google and YouTube searches returned some interesting results. In one instance, a user cut the hinge off with a power tool. In another, a user left the hinge in place and opted to power file the bottom of the plate until it fitted in place.

With the tools I had at hand, the best option for me was to disassemble the monitor to remove the hinge. To do that, I took the following steps:

  • Disconnect all cables and place the monitor (screen side down) on a blanket on the floor
  • Update: as per Matt&#;s comment below, remove the screw near the HDMI outlet on the back of the screen. Unfortunately, Unrealize (comment below) &#;busted&#; his screen before realising the screw was there (totally my fault for not updating the post soon enough)
Samsung S24FF 24" LED monitor back panel screw
  • Pry the back panel off  &#; place a flat head screwdriver into the small inserts on the bottom of the monitor and slowly pry the back panel off. Work along the bottom and sides until the panel comes off (be very careful to not damage the screen or any of the circuitry).
Samsung S24FF 24" LED monitor with back panel removed
  • Remove the hinge &#; using a Phillips head, unscrew the hinge via the two screws that keep it in place
  • Carefully put the back panel back in its position and snap it back into to place by working your way around it
Samsung S24FF 24" LED monitor hinge attachment screws

You should now be able to mount your monitor where and how you want.

Samsung S24FF 24" LED monitor on Brateck LDTCU aluminum interactive counterbalance single monitor desk mount bracket

Using a spudger tool to remove back panel

Removing the hinge was an easy enough thing to do with screwdrivers as mentioned above. But, when prying the back panel off, there was a point where I did hear a small cracking sound. I thought I had damaged the unit but decided the carry on nonetheless. The sound got me slightly panicked as I thought I had damaged the unit but after a quick inspection, I could not see any visible damage. 

If you don&#;t want to go through the same experience and want to make sure that you don&#;t damage your monitor, consider getting a spudger tool kit. You can get one for a very reasonable price on Amazon or eBay.

Spudger tool kit

Hope this helps to get your monitor VESA mountable.

Note: just before publishing, a quick YouTube search returned a video pretty much showing what I did:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePDHo3ffLbY

Sours: http://www.ninetynineways.net/remove-samsung-s24ff-monitor-stand-hinge-to-make-vesa-mountable/

Remove Samsung SF Monitor Stand Hinge

Samsung’s SF monitor has one major design flaw for users who wish to mount their monitor to the wall or to a monitor arm using the VESA mount. The stand hinge that is attached to the back of the monitor where the default stand attaches to doesn’t have a way to be removed.

The stand hinge interferes with the VESA mount making it so you can’t tilt the monitor properly when you are using a VESA mount to a wall or a monitor arm. But there is a method to remove the hinge, but it does require some steps many users are probably not comfortable with doing.

SF Monitor Seperated

Remove Stand Hinge from SF

Follow the steps below to remove the hinge from the Samsung monitor. Remember to be careful when disassembling the monitor casing to not damage the case, screen, or circuitry inside. There is circuitry where the power button is located and at the top of the monitor for the backlight.

  1. Disconnect the monitor from all cables, remove the stand base and stand stem from the monitor if it’s still attached, and remove your VESA mount hardware from the back of the monitor.
  2. Lay the monitor on a soft flat surface, such as a blanket on a large table.
  3. On the bottom of the monitor there are two small inserts about 1" from either side of the monitor. Insert a spudger and slowly pry the back panel off of the monitor. Slowly work your way around the bottom, left, and right of the monitor until the back panel is removed. The top portion of the monitor contains circuitry, and isn’t necessary to pry apart from the monitor to remove the back panel. Remember that there is a screen directly below where you are prying with little protection. Be careful to only separate the plastic pieces without damaging the screen.
  4. Once the back panel comes off, there are two Phillips-head screws that hold the stand hinge in place. Remove these screws and save the hardware if you believe you’ll ever want to use the monitor stand in the future.
  5. Insert the back panel back onto the monitor. I started with the top section of the back panel and worked my way around snapping the back panel back into the monitor.

If you don’t have a spudger to use, you can use a slotted / flat head screwdriver although it will probably cause some damage to the plastic case of your monitor. You can also use any thick piece of plastic like a guitar pick. But your best option is to purchase a spudger kit for really cheap.

This tutorial applies to the SF series of monitors including the LS19F and LS22F The tutorial might also work with the SF monitors that have a similar hinge.

Sours: https://geekthis.net/post/samsung-sfremove-stand-hinge/
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There is a mount point installed during manufacturing on the back of the monitor. This is not the stand, but a mount point that protrudes out of the back of the monitor and interferes with tight wall mounting. As of this time, I have found no way to remove it. May need to return this monitor and order a monitor that does not have this mount point protruding from the back.

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It will mount on a VESA mount if you want it vertical or tilted up. If you want to tilt it down and have a pole in the middle of the monitor, the stand base stub will hit the pole. You will need to cut it off with a Dremel or a hacksaw.

Lee S

&# December 15,

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The mounting point (stand guide) cannot be removed. According to the product manual this monitor can be mounted to a wall with a bracket that will allow for at least 10cm buffer. I spent too much time with Samsung looking for a way to remove this piece and they kept insisting that this cannot be removed, yet kept stating that it is wall mountable. If you're looking to mount it to a wall, just as you would with a TV than this is not the product for you.

mom3

&# January 14,

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the stand is not attached when it comes in the box - so, if you are mounting right out of the box it's not an issue. If you have previously mounted it to the stand, then just take it off. It's not complicated - even an old decrepit woman such as I can do it!

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The swivel is held in by two phillips head screws from the inside of the case. To open the case, carefully use a bladed tool (knife, screwdriver, or better yet, a plastic case tool and pry between the two halves of the case. This is best done with the monitor on it's face. Once you have the case halves separated, you'll see the two screws. Simply remove them and the swivel, then re-assemble the case.

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I was able to remove it with an angle grinder.

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If you are talking about the hinge part that is permanently attached to the monitor, not the shaft, or the base, then the tech support informed me that there is no instructions on removing that part and to contact a local technician.
I am going to use a Dremel tool with a carbon cutting wheel.
If someone else has a better method, please post it! Google searching for a reasonable answer at this time does not lend any results, but it might in the future.

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I believe you can pull it out.

Joe

&# October 5,

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Sours: https://www.amazon.com/ask/questions/TxCNW08ZBUPV/
How to remove Samsung computer monitor base/stand

Stand over the monitor, with your feet on top of either side of the circular base, firmly grasp the bottom edge of the monitor with both hands. Pull upwards at a slight angle, along the tilt line of monitor. The monitor should release from the circular base and stem easily.


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Thereof, how do I remove the stand from my Samsung monitor sf?

Remove Stand Hinge from SFThere is circuitry where the power button is located and at the top of the monitor for the backlight. Disconnect the monitor from all cables, remove the stand base and stand stem from the monitor if it's still attached, and remove your VESA mount hardware from the back of the monitor.

Also, how do I take the stand off my monitor? Here's how: Remove all the cables, and leave the circular base attached. Set the monitor on the floor, tilt the monitor face back as far as it will go. Stand over the monitor, with your feet on top of either side of the circular base, firmly grasp the bottom edge of the monitor with both hands.

Likewise, how do you take apart a Samsung monitor?

  1. Disconnect the power cable and any peripherals connected to the monitor.
  2. Disconnect the stand from the monitor.
  3. Remove all case screws fastening the back panel to the front panel.
  4. Use your flat-head screwdriver to pry up the tabs on the shield lamp.
  5. Lift the shield away from the panel and disconnect the LVDS cable.

How do I remove the stand from my monitor?

  1. Step 1 Stand. Lay the monitor on a flat surface so that the back is facing up.
  2. Grab the hinge cover with both hands on either side of the stand. Squeeze inwards with your thumbs and fingers and lift up to remove the hinge cover.
  3. Remove the four mm Phillips #2 screws that hold the stand to the monitor.
Sours: https://everythingwhat.com/how-do-i-remove-the-stand-from-my-samsung-lcd-monitor

Stand remove samsung monitor

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How to remove Samsung computer monitor base/stand

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