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It`s full copy of a service manual from url http://www.philips.owner-manuals.com/PM3216-service-manual-PHILIPS.html
Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
Relocating the main controls
The main controls can be relocated to the bottom surface or right panel of the monitor depending on such factors as where and how the monitor will be used. <Note> Before relocating the main control, make absolutely sure that the power has been turned off.
Disconnect the cord connecting the main controls to the main unit.
Take hold of this part and pull it free to disconnect the cable.
Use the two screws to secure the main controls to the right panel.
Remove the screws on the right panel of the main unit.
Plug the cord connecting the main controls into the connector on the main unit and secure it. <Note> Using too much force to plug in the cord at the wrong insertion angle may damage the pins inside. Check out the shape of the connector before plugging it in.
Plug in the connector until it clicks into place.
Remove the two screws, and remove the main controls from the main unit. These two screws cannot be removed from the main controls themselves.
Secure the two screws, which were removed in step 2, in the screw holes on the bottom of the monitor.