I made a video https://youtu.be/4RcfdMSYwow
Since 2015 I've been dissasembling monitors I've been using. Disassembly is pretty straightforward - there are screws, clips.
LCD Panel consists of LCD Matrix, polarizing films, and light dispersing glass. Without polarizing films LCD Matrix will be a bit transparent, so it's required. LCD Panel can be opened using fingers, there are small clips, maybe also some tape.
There's a wire going from LED Backlight to controller board, it can be disconnected by hand.
Don't worry about strips that connect LCD Matrix to it's driver - they are sturdy. Most brittle part is LCD Matrix.
After opening LCD Panel like a book I used books, DVD cases, laptop box - so it would stay open.
Right now I'm using laptop with dissasembled LCD Panel. It's held open by a pen. During the day I use sunlight as backlight, and when it gets dark I use 60 Watt Incandescent lightbulb.
This is the ultimate solution and it will work for all of you. You won't feel anymore like there are bloody drills trying to drill your brain out of your skull. All the pain and suffering will be gone.
This is my experience.
If you have any questions I'll try to answer them to the best of my ability.
Regards, Denys Petiukov.