Introduzione

If the screen of your laptop is black when powered on, or cracked, it should be replaced. With the purchase of a new screen, follow these steps to replace it completely.

  1. Open your laptop. Beneath the screen, there is a large plastic piece that contains slots for a speaker, the power button, and numerous indicator lights. To remove this, pry it open with a spudger tool gently. It should pop out of place.
    • Open your laptop. Beneath the screen, there is a large plastic piece that contains slots for a speaker, the power button, and numerous indicator lights.

    • To remove this, pry it open with a spudger tool gently. It should pop out of place.

  2. Gently use a spudger tool or your fingers to disconnect the LCD cable from the screen. This is one of three connectors that needs to be undone to disconnect the screen from the laptop.
    • Gently use a spudger tool or your fingers to disconnect the LCD cable from the screen.

    • This is one of three connectors that needs to be undone to disconnect the screen from the laptop.

  3. Remove the 1 cm screw with a Phillips #1 screwdriver to allow the screen and top of the laptop to be separated from the keyboard and bottom. Lift the entire top away from the bottom, and set bottom half of the laptop aside. Lift the entire top away from the bottom, and set bottom half of the laptop aside.
    • Remove the 1 cm screw with a Phillips #1 screwdriver to allow the screen and top of the laptop to be separated from the keyboard and bottom.

    • Lift the entire top away from the bottom, and set bottom half of the laptop aside.

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  5. Remove the 6 rubber screw caps with a metal spudger. After removing the 6 rubber screw caps, use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to unscrew the six 6mm screws. After removing the 6 rubber screw caps, use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to unscrew the six 6mm screws.
    • Remove the 6 rubber screw caps with a metal spudger.

    • After removing the 6 rubber screw caps, use a Phillips #1 screwdriver to unscrew the six 6mm screws.

  6. To separate the plastic cover, use a plastic opening tool to undo each plastic connecting clip between the two. You can find the plastic connecting clips by sliding the plastic opening tool along the seam between the two plastic covers.
    • To separate the plastic cover, use a plastic opening tool to undo each plastic connecting clip between the two.

    • You can find the plastic connecting clips by sliding the plastic opening tool along the seam between the two plastic covers.

    • Remove the top plastic cover once all connections have been released.

  7. Disconnect the connectors using a plastic opening tool. Once these two connectors are released, the screen should be electronically freed from the rest of the laptop. Once these two connectors are released, the screen should be electronically freed from the rest of the laptop.
    • Disconnect the connectors using a plastic opening tool.

    • Once these two connectors are released, the screen should be electronically freed from the rest of the laptop.

  8. At each corner, there is a 1 centimeter silver screw connecting the screen frame to the laptop. Remove these using a Phillips #1 Screwdriver.
    • At each corner, there is a 1 centimeter silver screw connecting the screen frame to the laptop. Remove these using a Phillips #1 Screwdriver.

  9. There should be thin piece of copper 'tape' holding the LCD cable down. Remove this gently with tweezers. Remove the screen from the device. Remove the screen from the device.
    • There should be thin piece of copper 'tape' holding the LCD cable down. Remove this gently with tweezers.

    • Remove the screen from the device.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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