Question about Gateway 7330GZ Notebook
How do I get to screen cable, I have taken all
the screws out of the back but the two parts will not come apart. Are there
clips inside that I have to compress ???
I'm EE tech. for over 20 years experience and this is driving crazy.
If this was not my wife's I would buy a new one.
Ya, my 7330GZ has been having this problem. I did end up taking the screen apart.
Removing the little black nubs around the screen allow you to remove the screws, then you just use a flat headed screw driver to unclip around the edges (some can be stubborn, especially along the bottom).
The screen is glued to the casing along the top and bottom, so you have to gently separate the two.
After you have it opened up the screen has 3-4 screws along the left and right side (the right side is a pain to unscrew since the wireless antenna casing runs right along it).
Once you remove those screws you can take the screen out and get access to the ribbon cable running along the back.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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