Introduction

Follow this guide to remove the LCD Display.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Insert a spludger into the notch at the far left side of the top blue panel and pry hinge cover off.
    • Insert a spludger into the notch at the far left side of the top blue panel and pry hinge cover off.

    • Note: You may need to pry the other side off by inserting the spludger between the hinge and the top cover.

    • Be careful of wire attached to underside of the hinge cover.

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  2. Pull the small black tab on the right hand side of the laptop.
    • Pull the small black tab on the right hand side of the laptop.

    • The hinge cover has now been removed.

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    • Flip the laptop over and remove the indicated screws.

    • Flip the laptop back over.

    • Find the two places where the display module is attached to the base of the computer.

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    • Disconnect the video card from the display module by gently lifting upwards on the black tab.

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    • Lift the display module directly upwards from the base of the computer.

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    • The display module has been removed.

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    • First, remove the plastic tabs that are covering the interior screws.

    • After removing the tabs, remove the interior screws using a #1 Philips Screwdriver.

    • Note there are 8 tabs and 8 screws in total.

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    • Now that the screws are removed, press the plastic casing inward to loosen the case. Then remove the plastic case from the monitor unit.

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    • Using a Philips #1 screwdriver remove the screws holding the LCD in place.

    • Note there are 8 screws in total for this step, 4 on each side of the unit.

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    • Remove the broken LCD unit, and replace with new unit.

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Conclusion

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

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which controller board do i have to use for this model ?

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