Product End-of-Life Instructions
Dell Television Family
The intent of this document is to provide guidance to recyclers on the presence of materials and components
at the product / family level, as required by the EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC. This document should also
help direct recyclers to proper methods for removing parts and general product disassembly instructions.
PRODUCT DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Most parts can be removed easily by hand. In some cases common household tools such as Philips and/or
flat-head screw drivers may be necessary. To remove discrete components such as the electrolytic capacitors,
needle-nose pliers may be helpful. Instructions for removing parts in each product can be found in the User
Documentation originally provided with the product. This documentation can be found online:
PRODUCT MATERIAL INFORMATION
The following substances, preparations, or components should be disposed of or recovered separately from
other WEEE in compliance with Article 4 of EU Council Directive 75/442/EEC.
Liquid Crystal Displays
(LCD) - > 100 cm
Cathode Ray Tubes (CRT)
Dell does not use internal batteries based on Mercury (Hg) and its
Dell does not use internal batteries based on Cadmium (Cd) and its
Dell does not use internal batteries based on Lead (Pb) and its compounds.
Dell televisions do not contain batteries. Accessories such as remote controls
may contain Alkaline type batteries.
Multiple Mercury based lamps are present in each television. Maximum
mercury content is less than 5 mg of mercury per lamp.
Other parts used in Dell products can not contain intentionally added
Product does contain an LCD greater than 100 cm
Product does not contain a CRT.
Product End of Life Instructions