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How to swap a damaged screen

I have lifebook with a broken screen and another good one with a damaged casing. How do I remove and swap the screens?

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Can give you exact details and step by step instructions on how todo it but what i could suggest is that when youdo take the 2 machines apart make little notes or drawings as to where and what you remove, so when you put the machines back together again you will know where does everything fits.

Its very easy just hand all parts with care and youlle b ok

Good luck


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Our screen is broken may be because foot rested on the screen. How do you take out the screen so that a new one can put in.

Disassembling a laptop is not something that you should "try" by yourself.

If you accept the risks:
* make a "backup" of all your files, just to be "safe"
* turn the computer off
* disconnect the AC power
* remove the battery
* remove the covers over the hinges
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* remove the "surround" from around the screen
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when they are out, and you have removed the hidden screws, you can take of the frontbezel around the screen.

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