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Taking apart an LG Display LCD screen

September 10, 2013

This LG LCD screen was in a container bin. Rather than just tossing it in a dumpster, I took it apart first, to see what was in it. All I needed was a screwdriver, and two heads — a Phillips (+), and slot head (). There were only three screws; otherwise it was a snap-tite model kit. The model number for this LG Display, if anyone cares, is: LM240WU8.

Aside from the black laminate of plastic, glass — and I assume circuitry — it’s a bunch of sheets of plastic, probably representing hundreds of physicist-years, One sheet was very prismatic, and provided several minutes of entertainment. Click the images to enlarge them.

A huge thank you to my assistant, Miss “I-just-wanna-put-my-recycling-out.”

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