Question about Computers & Internet
Start by removing the screws for the screen bezel, the plastic cover around the screen, then the bezel snaps off. Be careful not to break it, they break very easily. The screws are hidden/located under stick tabs or the small rubber bumpers. Once you have the bezel off you will see the screws holding the screen, and the screen and inverter connectors. The rest is self explanatory, the screen goes back in the same as it came out. HP's support site has many service manuals and illustrated instructions for many of their machines. So, keep this in mind if you get stuck.
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