- 14/12/2015 at 14:00 #3911BenParticipant
Is it possible to remove the magnetic plate from the monitor once it has been glued to the monitor?
Thanks!14/12/2015 at 18:02 #3914Jenny [Tobii]Participant
I’ve managed to detach a couple of them, using something flat, sharp and durable, but I haven’t been able to do it without leaving some marks on the monitor I detached the plate from…
/Jenny17/12/2015 at 15:05 #3947piParticipant
I had the problem of the Dell Logo protruding. So I cut a a couple of strips off an old credit card and attached one either side of the logo with a fine nozzle glue gun going around the edges. Then I attached the magnetic strip to the plastic. So far so good!
Tobii should consider that a large number of monitors have a protruding logo…
pi03/02/2016 at 14:55 #4225BenParticipant
Thanks for replies.
I managed to detach the plate by moving a credit card between the plate and the monitor. It is a bit tricky to get it in, had to help with my fingernails. After it was between I slowly shoved it through. It needs some patient and force. The monitor had no marks 🙂 So using a plastic card works good.
@pi: thanks for the idea for the logo. My next monitor has it right in the middle…
-Ben10/02/2016 at 17:34 #4312Magic ManParticipant
Use a hair-dryer to heat the metal strip up, it will soften the adhesive.
I think a better idea would be an adjustable stand – weighted sufficiently to overcome the torque of the stiff usb cable – making use of the threaded bushes on the base of the device.14/11/2017 at 01:08 #7581TonyParticipant
Fishing Line is the BEST! Dental Floss will work too if you don’t have any fishing line. After that a credit card, finger nail or anything else flat and softer than monitor plastic can be used to remove the remaining glue.
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