Introduction

One of the causes for a blank or pix-elated screen could because it is cracked. In this guide, we will show you how to replace your screen.

Put the laptop on  a hard surface.
  • Put the laptop on a hard surface.

  • Make sure that the Alienware is not plugged into any power source.

  • First, we need to unplug the battery.

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To unplug the battery, turn the computer upside down. Remove the two 4mm screws from  the plastic covering protecting the inner part of the laptop.
  • To unplug the battery, turn the computer upside down.

  • Remove the two 4mm screws from the plastic covering protecting the inner part of the laptop.

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Gently, pull the cover up and slide it off. Gently, pull the cover up and slide it off.
  • Gently, pull the cover up and slide it off.

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Now, you are going to look for a yellow tag. Unplug the black wire that has the yellow tag. This with successfully disconnect your battery.
  • Now, you are going to look for a yellow tag.

  • Unplug the black wire that has the yellow tag.

  • This with successfully disconnect your battery.

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Using the plastic opening tool, gently remove the black plastic casing from the LCD screen. Run the opening tool along the inner side of the computer where the screen and the plastic covering meet.
  • Using the plastic opening tool, gently remove the black plastic casing from the LCD screen.

  • Run the opening tool along the inner side of the computer where the screen and the plastic covering meet.

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No you will unscrew the 2mm screws on the top and bottom side of the screen.
  • No you will unscrew the 2mm screws on the top and bottom side of the screen.

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Tilt the screen forward towards the keyboard.
  • Tilt the screen forward towards the keyboard.

  • Disconnect the plug that is connecting the screen to the main body.

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Gently, lift the display away from the laptop.
  • Gently, lift the display away from the laptop.

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Conclusion

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

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