Introduction

This is a simple step-by-step guide on how to remove and replace a screen display for a Dell Inspiron 13-5368. You will need a Philips Head J-0 screwdriver and a pry tool in order to perform this task. This task requires a great amount of care because you are working with glass. The time needed to complete this task is approximately 10 minutes.

Remove the nine 6mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back cover of the laptop. Remove the nine 6mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back cover of the laptop.
  • Remove the nine 6mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back cover of the laptop.

Use spudger to remove the back cover. Use spudger to remove the back cover.
  • Use spudger to remove the back cover.

Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws that hold the battery to the case of the laptop.
  • Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws that hold the battery to the case of the laptop.

Remove the power cord that connects the motherboard to the battery. Remove the power cord that connects the motherboard to the battery.
  • Remove the power cord that connects the motherboard to the battery.

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Remove the battery. Remove the battery.
  • Remove the battery.

Unscrew the 2mm screw that holds the WLAN card. Then carefully remove the WLAN card from the motherboard. Unscrew the 2mm screw that holds the WLAN card. Then carefully remove the WLAN card from the motherboard. Unscrew the 2mm screw that holds the WLAN card. Then carefully remove the WLAN card from the motherboard.
  • Unscrew the 2mm screw that holds the WLAN card. Then carefully remove the WLAN card from the motherboard.

Detach the black and white antenna cables from the WLAN card.
  • Detach the black and white antenna cables from the WLAN card.

Unplug the two display cables.
  • Unplug the two display cables.

Unscrew the screws that are securing the laptop's hinges.
  • Unscrew the screws that are securing the laptop's hinges.

Detach the display from the base.
  • Detach the display from the base.

Conclusion

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

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