Introduction

If your screen becomes unresponsive you may need to replace it. A Philips 1 screwdriver and a plastic opening tool are required for this guide.

Parts

No parts required.

Turn off and unplug the laptop.
  • Turn off and unplug the laptop.

    • Failure to properly turn off device before handling the battery could result in electrical shock.

  • Flip the laptop so the underside is facing up with the battery closest to you.

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Slide the locking switch to the left to release the battery. Slide the locking switch to the left to release the battery. Slide the locking switch to the left to release the battery.
  • Slide the locking switch to the left to release the battery.

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Gently pull the battery away from the device.
  • Gently pull the battery away from the device.

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Insert a plastic opening tool between the bezel and the display cover. Wiggle it to the release the latches.
  • Insert a plastic opening tool between the bezel and the display cover.

  • Wiggle it to the release the latches.

  • Separate the bezel from the cover.

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Remove the four 3 mm screws securing the LCD using the #1 Phillips screwdriver. Remove the four 3 mm screws securing the LCD using the #1 Phillips screwdriver.
  • Remove the four 3 mm screws securing the LCD using the #1 Phillips screwdriver.

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Separate the LCD assembly from the display cover so you will be able to access the webcam cable.
  • Separate the LCD assembly from the display cover so you will be able to access the webcam cable.

  • Unplug the camera cable.

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Place the LCD face down on the top cover. Remove the sticky tape securing the video cable connector.
  • Place the LCD face down on the top cover.

  • Remove the sticky tape securing the video cable connector.

  • Unplug the video cable from the screen.

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Remove the LCD from the laptop. Remove the four 3mm screws holding the mounting brackets using the #1 Phillips screwdriver. Two on each side. You will have to transfer the mounting brackets to the new screen.
  • Remove the LCD from the laptop.

  • Remove the four 3mm screws holding the mounting brackets using the #1 Phillips screwdriver. Two on each side.

  • You will have to transfer the mounting brackets to the new screen.

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Conclusion

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

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