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Remove Bezel on Toshiba A355D-S6889

How do you remove then bezel to change the LCD on Toshiba A355D-S6889? The issue is around the area that the Screen folds onto the keyboard.

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Ok, if you have never replaced a laptop screen before, you might not want to do this one first. It appears that the screws on the face of the screen have to come off first. They are under the rubber footies. After screws are out, tape them to a piece of paper, and label what they were for. Do this for all screws you remove, After screws are out, you will open the screen as far as it will go without forcing it. Using a plastic card, or similar PLASTIC tool, slide into the crack around the perimeter of the screen facia. You will hear "pops" as the snap clips are opened. The lower case of the laptop may also need to be removed. This repair is best left to someone with experience, so be careful to remember what screws go where. This is very important as a long screw in the wrong place will destroy your machine. Check out this page that sells parts for this machine:
http://www.laptoprepairparts.com/html/LRsearchmodelresults.asp?brand=toshiba&model=a355d-&txt=Satellite A355D series (A355D-S6881, A355D-S68811, A355D-S6885, A355D-S6887, A355D-S6889, A355D-S6921, A355D-S6922, A355D-S69221, A355D-S6930, A355D-S69301)

you will need to copy and paste since the website uses spaces, and the models were truncated. Without seeing the actual device in person, it would be difficult to walk you through it. Just remember how you took it apart, tape screws to paper with descriptions on where they went, protect against static, dust, water, and always use plastic tools to avoid scratches.

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follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
    Power off your computer. Examine the bezel of your laptop, which is the perimeter surrounding the LCD display. There will be screws around the edges of the bezel, likely with screw covers on them, depending on your exact model. Pop off these screw covers using a knife tip, for example, and then remove all the bezel screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Put these screws in a safe place, such as a small plastic bag, because you will need them later.
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      Remove the remaining screws. These screws are located in the metal brackets on either side of the laptop screen. These metal brackets are only visible once the bezel is removed. There should be two screws on each bracket, but this varies by model. Use your Phillips screwdriver to remove these screws, and put them in safe place, such as your plastic bag.
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      You misread the model. It is a toshiba A355D s6889 S, not a 5. What is your specific problem?

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      I own an acer 10.1"


      it isnt that difficult actually , a how to for removing the lcd is shown here

      Remove the four screw caps and screws from the LCD Bezel.
      NOTE: The two center screw caps at the top of the bezel are for protection only.
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      Starting from the inside top edge, pry the bezel away from the panel. Continue moving down the sides until the bezel is removed. If necessary, use a plastic pry to release the corners of the bezel.
      1063_66_97.jpg 4. Lift up the bezel and remove it from the LCD Module.
      IMPORTANT: If the LCD Bezel is replaced, remove the lid sensor magnet from the bezel, and attach it to the replacement bezel.

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      1. Disconnect the cable from the Camera Board as shown.
      1063_66_99.jpg Remove the Camera Board from the LCD Module.

      Remove the two securing screws from the LCD Panel. 1063_66_101.jpg

      1. Remove the four securing screws (two each side) from the LCD Panel brackets.
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      1063_66_104.jpg Turn the LCD panel over on a clean surface. Remove the adhesive strips securing the LCD cable.Carefully lift the adhesive tape securing the cable connector to the LCD Panel.
      1063_66_105.jpg 5. Hold the adhesive tape clear of the LCD Panel and disconnect the LCD cable as shown.
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      1. Remove the adhesive strips holding the MIC cable in place.
      1063_66_107.jpg 3. Remove the MIC Board from the LCD Module.
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      1. Remove the adhesive strips holding the Camera cable in place.
      2. Remove the Camera cable from the LCD Module.
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      1. Remove the adhesive strips holding the Antenna cables in place.
      1063_66_110.jpgCarefully pry up the Antenna pads, as shown, and remove the pads from the LCD Module. IMPORTANT: A strong adhesive is used to secure the Antenna pads in place. Take care not to bend the pads during removal.
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      to fit a new one do the steps in reverse

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