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Has anyone any idea of the Philips screwdriver sizes needed to undo the cover to access the screen? Thanks

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In our case this error means that the grandkids have jammed jigsaw puzzle pieces in the main blower at the front. The manual says to return to service centre for repair. If you've got a philips head screwdriver, you can fix it yourself. First REMOVE POWER CORD FROM WALL. Remove back cover, undo 7 phillips head screws, note the bottom 2 are longer for assembly. Remove front cover by undoing 3 screws on each side. Be careful with fine ribbon cable you can unplug it at the connector on the unit. Remove whatever has jammed the main blower, in our case it was jigsaw puzzle pieces, that could not be seen when the unit was assembled. Replace front cover, don't forget the ribbon cable. The front cover sort of goes back on from the bottom front first, and is snug over the top. Replace back cover, (remove dust from internal radiator fins first). Leave turned off for an hour or so if you had the unit upside down to remove blockage. Boom you just saved yourself a couple of hundred bucks probably.

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How to replace LCD Screen on a Nikon L18 Coolpix camera

Here is a Quick tutorial on replacing the LCD screen on a Nikon L18 Coolpix camera. You will need a few small tools and a replacement screen, of course, for this fix.
#0 Philips head screwdriver
1.4 mm Standard screwdriver
Plastic knife
1. Start by taking the batteries out of the camera and closing the battery compartment.
2. Remove 6 Philips screws, 3 from the bottom, 1 from each side, and 1 under the AV out flap.
3. Open the battery compartment and gently pry the AV out side of the camera apart. It should snap apart along the seam in the middle. Use your standard screwdriver to pry the back cover off by working it along the seam. If you are worried about scratching the finish you could use the plastic knife once you have it started.
4. Remove the back cover exposing the screen. The screen sits in a metal chassis that holds it in place. Lift the screen from the AV out side of the camera. Under the screen is a ribbon that connects it to the camera. Disconnect the ribbon and remove the old screen.
5. Install the new screen by connecting the ribbon and seating it in its chassis. You can test the camera by installing the batteries and pushing power to see if it functions.
6. Place back cover carefully back over the screen before pressing it in place.
7. Screw it back together and start taking pictures again.

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Need a new display on laptop

If you mean it needs a new screen, this is not a difficult task, although unless you get one 2nd hand, can be in the region of £50-90 to buy, depending on the size of the screen.

Most laptops are similar to replace the screen on:

Prise off the small rubber covers on the screen bezel
Undo all the bezel retaining screws
Gently snap off the bezel, pushing the latch hooks inward as you release the top of the bezel
Undo the screws that hold the screen supports to the lid of the laptop
Gently pull the screen with supports attached forward
Undo the small screws that hold the screen to the hinges, but leave one in each side for now
Unclip the 30pin VGA cable connector from the screen and the pink/white connector from the inverter at the bottom of the screen.
Remove the screws remaining and lift the screen away
Replacement is the reverse of dismantling.

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Not to sound argumentative, but it's not a useless paperweight yet. You can still connect an external monitor, and toggle over to it.

(Connect a VGA monitor, to the VGA connector on the back of the laptop, turn the VGA monitor on. Hold the Fn key down, tap the key that has the Monitor icon on it)

You can buy a replacement LCD screen online. BE SURE you get the Correct one.
(16:9 ratio. 1920 x 1080 )

To remove the LCD screen:

1.Remove the AC adapter, (Charger), if plugged in.
Remove the Battery. There must be No electrical power source/s!

2.Get the proper tools.
A.I use an X-Acto knife, and Philips head screwdriver.
B.A soft, lint-free cloth to cover the keyboard, and palm rest area. Helps to keep any accidental damage to this/these areas.
C.A multi-compartment container

3.Open the laptop, LCD screen in it's normal user position.

The first thing to remove will be Screw Head Covers.
There are at least 4, if not 6 screws, that hold the Bezel to the Top Cover.
The Bezel is the thumb width frame, that goes around the LCD screen facing you.

Look around the Bezel for the screw covers. They normally will be the same color as the Bezel. Some are hard plastic, some are a rubbery compound.

I use an X-Acto knife, to pop these covers off. Use CAUTION of course, as the knife is very sharp. I have also used a No.2 Jewelers screwdriver, in lieu of the X-Acto knife. Depends on the type of screw cover. (Soft rubbery covers I use the Jewelers screwdriver)

There are usually 4 screws across the top, and 1 in each bottom corner. This varies so look close.
When removing the screw covers be careful. They'll jump right off the table! Put them in the multi-compartment container.

Remove the screws. Put them in the container.
Take your fingers, and work along the inside edge of the Bezel. You are separating the Bezel from the LCD screen, with the inside edge. The Bezel clips into the Top Cover, and will make a Pop, Pop, Pop sound as you go along, and remove it.

After the Bezel has come loose all the way around, you may have to shift it to one side, to clear the cover latch at the top. Lay the Bezel aside.

Looking at the LCD Screen you will see a metal bracket that goes around it, and is screwed to the Top Cover. Remove all the Philips head screws going around the frame.

Carefully lift the LCD screen out of the Top Cover. You of course, are not trying to save the screen, but there are small cables connecting the screen to the body of the laptop.
With the LCD screen up a bit, you can lay it over a little, and have more room to access those connectors.

Designs differ in cable connections. There may only be 1 signal cable, and 1 power cable, and 1 wireless antenna cable, or there may be more.

If you have the new LCD screen, observe the way it's connectors are shaped. Compare them to what you see on the laptop's LCD screen. The connector's are a Male and Female connector. Looking at the new one, you can see where the two connectors come apart. This way you know what to separate.

The connectors are different sizes, so don't worry about marking them. You can of course if you wish.

The metal frame of the old LCD screen needs to come off, so it can be mounted to the new one. There are tiny Philips head screws usually, that are on both sides of the LCD screen. Look close as only certain ones need to come out, to remove the metal frame.

Reverse your steps to install the new LCD screen.

(BE SURE to connect all cables before you reinstall!

There may be an antenna cable that is mounted in the LCD screen area, and comes out of the body of the laptop. This is the Wireless Antenna I referred to above)

This video may help you also,

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