Introduction

This guide will help you replace the display of your Acer Aspire One 751h-1948.

Close the laptop and flip it over to view the back of the laptop.
  • Close the laptop and flip it over to view the back of the laptop.

Unlock the right side of the battery by sliding the battery lock to the right. Then slide the left lock to the left and remove the battery. Unlock the right side of the battery by sliding the battery lock to the right. Then slide the left lock to the left and remove the battery. Unlock the right side of the battery by sliding the battery lock to the right. Then slide the left lock to the left and remove the battery.
  • Unlock the right side of the battery by sliding the battery lock to the right. Then slide the left lock to the left and remove the battery.

Unscrew the two Phillips #0 (M2-L2.5 mm) holding down the network card panel. These screws don't come all the way out.
  • Unscrew the two Phillips #0 (M2-L2.5 mm) holding down the network card panel.

  • These screws don't come all the way out.

Unplug the two connecting cables by lifting them up. They should unclip easily. Unplug the two connecting cables by lifting them up. They should unclip easily. Unplug the two connecting cables by lifting them up. They should unclip easily.
  • Unplug the two connecting cables by lifting them up. They should unclip easily.

Remove the screw Phillips #0 (M2-L3 mm) holding down the network card. Pull out the card. Remove the screw Phillips #0 (M2-L3 mm) holding down the network card. Pull out the card. Remove the screw Phillips #0 (M2-L3 mm) holding down the network card. Pull out the card.
  • Remove the screw Phillips #0 (M2-L3 mm) holding down the network card. Pull out the card.

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Unscrew the Phillips 0# (M2 L2.5 mm) screw and remove the cover panel.
  • Unscrew the Phillips 0# (M2 L2.5 mm) screw and remove the cover panel.

  • These screws will not come out all the way.

Remove the hard drive by sliding it to the left and pull it out. Remove the hard drive by sliding it to the left and pull it out. Remove the hard drive by sliding it to the left and pull it out.
  • Remove the hard drive by sliding it to the left and pull it out.

Unscrew the Phillips #0 (M2-L2.5 mm) screws. Unscrew the Phillips #0 (M2-L2.5 mm) screws.
  • Unscrew the Phillips #0 (M2-L2.5 mm) screws.

Use the plastic opening tool to push in each of the four clips and carefully lift the keyboard. Don't lift the keyboard completely so that you don't damage the ribbon cable underneath. Don't lift the keyboard completely so that you don't damage the ribbon cable underneath.
  • Use the plastic opening tool to push in each of the four clips and carefully lift the keyboard.

  • Don't lift the keyboard completely so that you don't damage the ribbon cable underneath.

When you remove the keyboard, be careful not to damage the ribbon cable that attaches it to the motherboard. Unplug the ribbon cable by gently lifting the black tab up. Then remove the cable.
  • When you remove the keyboard, be careful not to damage the ribbon cable that attaches it to the motherboard.

  • Unplug the ribbon cable by gently lifting the black tab up. Then remove the cable.

Unplug the SCD cable Unplug the SCD cable Unplug the SCD cable
  • Unplug the SCD cable

Use the spudger to remove all rubber pads covering the screws for the upper casing. Then unscrew all the Phillips #0 (M2-L5 mm) screws under rubber pads.
  • Use the spudger to remove all rubber pads covering the screws for the upper casing.

  • Then unscrew all the Phillips #0 (M2-L5 mm) screws under rubber pads.

Separate the upper casing from the display. Separate the upper casing from the display. Separate the upper casing from the display.
  • Separate the upper casing from the display.

Unscrew all the Phillips 0# (M2-L2.5 mm) on each side of the display. Unscrew all the Phillips 0# (M2-L2.5 mm) on each side of the display. Unscrew all the Phillips 0# (M2-L2.5 mm) on each side of the display.
  • Unscrew all the Phillips 0# (M2-L2.5 mm) on each side of the display.

Separate the screen from the metal frame that secures it to the upper casing and remove the screen.
  • Separate the screen from the metal frame that secures it to the upper casing and remove the screen.

  • Be careful, the display is very sensitive.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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