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Removing the screens bezels will void warantee
In Saying that ,
Heres how I would do a screen replacement,
You will need a small philips screwdriver for this ...
Remove the power and battery
To Remove the bezel from the front of the screen
There should be 4 or 6 screws holding the cover on,
Screws may be covered by rubber buttons,
then remove the screws holding the LCD to the hinges' frame.
Tilt forward your LCD and lie screen on your keyboard
LCD panels have a row of IC chips at the top that produce the images on your LCD so do not touch or flex this area because it may produce lines on the LCD or kill it completely.
botom of screen is inverter power and plug to screen
top rear of LCD is video feed from motherboard,
(above that are those important IC Chips-
DONT TOUCH THE CHIPS)
LCD wiil have tape fastening plug to the socket,
Remove tape and this will expose the plug.
Un plug from screens socket,
Reseat plug back into socket,
Put Tape back on to stop any unwanted movements,
Next step is to power up the LCD to test.
Rest LCD in back of lid and lie lid on table with base at 90 degrees for access to plug in AC power.
do not use battery for this test.
Turn ON power,
If it starts up, then you have a running machine again,
Shut down , unplug power and reassemble,
If LCD does not start then you need to replace the LCD panel and thats about all you can do,
Hope this helps.......
Posted by Verne Koti on
To begin your fix, you'll need a few simple tools and a replacement LCD screen. For tools, I recommend a screwdriver with a variety of small bits, such as a Phillips #00 and a Torx T5. It's also a good idea to have a few thin metal blades or plastic spudgers. These are really handy for removing the trim that surrounds the screen.
As for the replacement LCD, you should be able to buy one either from the laptop manufacturer's authorized parts dealer or a third-party supplier. Depending the screen, they usually cost between $50 and $250 dollars-more if it's a high-end display or you buy an OEM replacement. Regardless, you'll want to buy a new screen that matches your broken one exactly. The only sure way to do this is to remove the broken one.
After disconnecting the power supply and removing the battery, carefully examine the bezel around the screen. You'll need to remove this bezel to access the screws that hold the LCD panel in place.
On this laptop, several rubber cushions hide screws, which hold the bezel in place. I'll need to remove these cushions and the screws that are underneath.
With the hidden screws removed, I used a thin metal blade to pop loose one of the bottom corners and worked my way around the bezel with a plastic spudger.
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