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Chaning the DV7 screen

I have a broken screen and want to change it, but I cant remove the plastic housing at the bottom of the screen as it is connected to the main body. does any one have any ideas please?

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  • farzad_moshf May 21, 2009

    I can get the top part off easily, but the bottom doent shift, and I am worried that forcing it will break the bezel at the bottom.



    Also, I cant remove the screws of the LCD until the bezel is removed ..... kinda catch 22

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Once you remove the screw covers and screws from the front lcd bezel you will need to pry the bezel off the rest of the way. Use a nylon pry bar, or small screwdriver to get behind it. The lcd is cracked already and useless to you, so your best to pry off that from the inside. The top will come off relatively easy, but it may be a little tougher at the bottom near the palmrest.

Posted on May 21, 2009

  • ecstrat286 May 21, 2009

    The bottom will come as long as you have the screws on the side out. Its a lot more tough then getting the top off. I like to come down the side from the top and have a pry bar in between.

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