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How do I remove/replace the LCD screen - IBM ThinkPad T23 Notebook

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Plz see if there is a button called Fn in your laptop..
then start pressing Fn+all the f1 to f12 keys

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Please go to this link below. it will help you to remove/replace lcd screen.
http://computershopper.com/laptops/howto/replace-your-laptop-screen

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A replacement screen maybe available from this WEB site.
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The screen is removed by undoing the hinge screws, careful unclip the video connector from the motherboard.
Keep the screws together as you remove them so you will know which screws are needed to install when you fi the new LCD screen
Undo the screws that hold the bezel that surround the LCD screen, then remove the bezel (it may be also held in place with double sided tape).
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OK, let’s get inside the display assembly.
First of all, turn off the laptop, unplug AC adapter and remove the battery.
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STEP 2.:-Continue removing the screen bezel on the top.
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