Introduction

There is some disassembly required. You will want to prepare a clean and organized work space for this repair.

Use a spudger or your fingernail to pry out the 6 rubber and 2 plastic pieces on the bezel of the display.
  • Use a spudger or your fingernail to pry out the 6 rubber and 2 plastic pieces on the bezel of the display.

  • Use a small phillips head screwdriver to remove the 8 screws.

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Use a plastic opening tool to carefully pry the plastic cover from the screen mount. Use a plastic opening tool to carefully pry the plastic cover from the screen mount.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to carefully pry the plastic cover from the screen mount.

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Remove the 4 screws along EACH side of the screen. 8 screws total
  • Remove the 4 screws along EACH side of the screen.

    • 8 screws total

  • Now use the spudger to lift the screen and rotate away from you.

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Lift the screen up and out using the spudger tool Tilt the screen away from you
  • Lift the screen up and out using the spudger tool

  • Tilt the screen away from you

  • The screen will be connected by two leads. See picture

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Locate the two leads and gently remove them from the screen. They will stay connected to the computer. Do not touch the taped, white backing on your replacement monitor.
  • Locate the two leads and gently remove them from the screen. They will stay connected to the computer.

  • Do not touch the taped, white backing on your replacement monitor.

  • Remove the screen carefully.

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Conclusion

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

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