Question about HP Computers & Internet
Tools required: A screwdriver (Phillips, the X shaped one), something pointy (fingernail, penknife).
Assuming you just want the LCD, not the whole screen assembly plastic and all.
Use the pointy object to pull out the rubber knobs placed around the edges of the panel, revealing the screws.
Use screwdriver to remove screws.
Use pointy object to pry gently between the two halves of the panel, they are snapped in place so do this gently but may require some force. Front half should come off.
Use screwdriver to remove the screws keeping the LCD in the frame.
Lift the LCD out of the frame by its edges, do this gently, they are fragile especially where the label reads on the top half 'DO NOT TOUCH THIS'.
Voila, but be careful.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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