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Does anyone know the size screw that attached the bottom right had outer cover of the Lenovo G595 laptop computer? The other screws on the bottom seem too small.

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Its a very long screw.G480/G485/G580/G585: M2.5×6.0 mm,
flat-head, nylok-coated (11)
G780: M2.5×8.0 mm, flat-head,
nylok-coated (16)

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Scroll down to the photos in Steps 1 and 2.

Also note the 'seals' on the side of the Display Assembly, shown in Step 2 photo.

We'll start with this.

2) Haven't worked on a Y510, and perusing the internet; it seems no one has found a solution, for removing the LCD Front Bezel off of an IdeaPad Y510.

{ ALL power removed before beginning. Remove the AC adapter
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These match up to snap locks, on the inside edge of the Display Cover. (Top cover of laptop)
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C) I suggest remove the screws which hold the Display Assembly to the laptop, and see if at the bottom of the Display Assembly, there are screw covers, or just screws, to remove.

If there are, and no other screw covers/screws to remove, the LCD Front Bezel should pop off.

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Step 2 and 3.

{ The laptop is made by Wistron. (Philippines) One of the three major laptop manufacturers, that makes laptops for ALL laptop brand manufacturers.
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