Based on magic and the foto below, I would assume you are going to need to take a (probably Philips) driver and remove 4 (possibly more) screws from the rear of the display.
After that, the rear case should be able to be removed.
From there you continue removing screw thing until the components start to fall out.
Really though, if you can not figure out how to remove a few screws, there is no point in you taking it apart.
If it is already broken it will stay broken (just in more pieces) and if not, it will be broken by the time you are done with it.
Also, there is a good chance you will electrocute your self either because you touched a cap or forgot to unplug it.