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3. How to assemble your monitor hardware

If the computer is turned on you must turn it off before continuing.

Do not plug-inorturn-onthe power to the monitor until instructed to do so.

1. Attach the monitor base.

Please be careful to prevent damage to the monitor. Placing the screen surface on an object like a stapler or a mouse will crack the glass or damage the LCD substrate voiding your warranty. Sliding or scraping the monitor around on your desk will scratch or damage the monitor surround and controls.

Protect the monitor and screen by clearing a flat open area on your desk and placing a soft item like the monitor packaging bag on the desk for padding.

Gently lay the screen face down on a flat clean padded surface.

While holding the monitor firmly against the desk, pull the monitor stand arm upwards clear of the monitor.

Orient and align the stand base socket with the end of the stand arm, then push them together until they click and lock into place.

Gently attempt to pull them back apart to check that they have properly engaged.

Carefully lift the monitor, turn it over and place it upright on its stand on a flat even surface.

You should position the monitor and angle the screen to minimize unwanted reflections from other light sources.

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2. Connect the PC video cable.

Do not use bothDVI-Dcable andD-Subcable on the same PC. The only case in which both cables can be used is if they are connected to two different PCs with appropriate video systems. (Not available foranalog-onlymodels)

Connect one end of the DVI-Dcable to the monitorDVI-Dsocket and the other end to theDVI-Dport on your computer. (optional, not available foranalog-onlymodels)

TheDVI-Dformat is used for direct digital connection between source video and digital LCD monitors or projectors. The digital video signals produce a superior quality picture than analog video signals.

Connect the plug of the D-Subcable (at the end without the ferrite filter) to the monitorD-Subsocket. Connect the other plug of theD-Subcable (at the end with the ferrite filter) to the computer videoD-Subsocket.

Tighten all finger screws to prevent the plugs from accidently falling out during use.

3. Connect the power cable to the monitor.

Plug one end of the power cord into the socket labelled ‘POWER IN’ on the rear of the monitor. Do not connect the other end to a power outlet just yet.

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4. Route the cables via the cable clip.

Release the cable retaining clip by squeezing the clip inwards as illustrated. Position the cables together and reinsert the clip over them to retain the cables neatly in place behind the monitor stand.

5. Connect-toandturn-onthe power.

Plug the other end of the power cord into a power outlet and turn it on.

Picture may differ from product supplied for your region.

Turn on the monitor by pressing the power button on the front of the monitor.

Turn on the computer too, and follow the instructions in Section 4: Getting the most from your BenQ monitor on page 11 to install the monitor software.

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How to detach the stand base

1. Prepare the monitor and area.

Turn off the monitor and the power before unplugging the power cable. Turn off the computer before unplugging the monitor signal cable.

Please be careful to prevent damage to the monitor. Placing the screen surface on an object like a stapler or a mouse will crack the glass or damage the LCD substrate voiding your warranty. Sliding or scraping the monitor around on your desk will scratch or damage the monitor surround and controls.

Protect the monitor and screen by clearing a flat open area on your desk and placing a soft item like a towel on the desk for padding, before laying the screen face down on a flat clean padded surface.

2.Press the locking clips to detach the monitor base from the monitor stand arm.

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