The screen on my one year old laptop was sqeezed by movers putting heavy object on top, briefly. Most of bottom right hand corner is now unreadable due to bleeding and there's a large, leaf shaped black blob above it. Is this repairable in Singapore and is it likely to cost me shedloads?
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The LCD panel had been broken and needs to be replaced. This is not a cheap part. Check with a local computer repair center to get the replacement screen cost. This should be a damage claim against the movers.
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There are clips that are holding it into place. Take a flathead screwdriver and put it in an area where the front bezel meets the back bezel. Twist the screwdriver around and it should loosen some of the clips, do this in a few places and then enough of the front bezel will be loose to where you can remove the front bezel to the screen.
Once you do that you can remove the screws from the left hand side and the right hand side. Then remove the cable from the back of the LCD and remove the plug from the inverter on the bottom of the screen.