Plastic Display Bezel is not as simpy as you think. It is made of space-age plastic.
Procedure is the same as for a Satellite M110 series, and M115 series Notebook PC,http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-M115/remove-inverter-replace-lcd-screen.htm
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After the Screw Covers are removed, and the screws, from the Display Bezel, the Bezel can be 'popped' off.
The Bezel has plastic protrusions, or tabs, extruded from it's plastic frame. These tabs snap into place in the Display Cover. (Top cover of laptop)
There are tabs formed on the inside edge of the Display Cover, that the tabs from the Display Bezel, snap into.
When I started years ago, I used a guitar pick to ease the Bezel up, so I could get my fingertips under it. (OUTSIDE edge of Bezel. Not inside edge where the LCD screen is)
Now I don a set of anti-static gloves, and ease the inside middle edge of the Bezel, (LCD screen side), up. Then I start working towards one corner, until this portion pops free, and then I go towards the other corner.
Once you work a side loose, and the bottom, the rest of the Bezel starts popping free.
Although the Display Bezel looks to be flimsy, as stated previously it is made of a space-age plastic. Pretty tough stuff, really.
Just go slow, and use care.
When you hear the tabs pop up for the first time, you may think you have broken something. Nope.
Just wanted to state to ease your mind.
Make SURE the LCD screen you are purchasing is THE correct one.
An LCD screen, and the screen Inverter, are a MATCHING pair.
Crossover the manufacturer name, and model number on the back of the LCD screen, to the new one.
Or go with the LCD screen replacement manufacturer's information. B
If so, be sure there is a Return option, if the new replacement LCD screen proves to be the wrong one
[ An LCD screen does not produce light. It needs an additional light source.
A Backlight is the additional light source.
A Backlight is a CCFL.
Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp. (Bulb)
Similar to Fluorescent lighting used in homes, and businesses, but on a MUCH smaller scale.
(Some of the newer LCD screens use LED lights for a Backlight.
The Toshiba Satellite M105-S3004 Notebook PC, uses a CCFL for a Backlight)
A screen Inverter is used to convert the electricity (Power) from the laptop, for the Backlight, and the LCD screen ]
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