Question about LG X-Note LM50 Notebook
I have an LG LS50a and I need to replace backlight and casing. I have a damamged LS50a to use for parts, and I have taken every visible screw out of the computer and it won't come apart. I have Google-ed for answers and contacted LG with no response as yet. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
3 small spring loaded catches on the bottom of the KBD that need to levered back so it can pop out.
Then the plate above the KBD between the LCD screen is also levered back from the screen side with fine screw driver so it can pop out.
Viola. Laptop fully open ready to replace parts!
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
Tech doctor was almost right. First remove 2 screws from the underside of the laptop where there's small diagrams of a keyboard marked on the casing, then gently lever up the keyboard from the front with a penknife or very small flat blade screwdriver, working outwords and around to the sides of the keyboard and out she pops! Too easy.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Mate, if uve still drawn a blank i think ive got how its done saved from the net somewhere,just ping me,(my ls50 almost 3yo now its a ripper).lee firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
Gently lever the keyboard up from the bottom, then round the side and then it will pop out.
From there you can pull out the top panel and get the last few screws that are holding the whole thing together.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
LG does not post their service manuals on the internet so it will be more difficult. Make sure that you have removed all screws from the monitor, some may be covered by rubber stoppers, pry them apart on your damaged laptop. It may help to follow this step by step for a dell, not that it will be the same but it will give you a guideline of how to handle the parts and the precautions to take http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/category/lcd-screen-repair/
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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