Introduction

The screen bezel and LCD display may come factory assembled with a glue or adhesive holding it together. When removing the display must be held outward to remove the screen.

Image 1/2: Remove the battery and set it aside, there is a small clip that slides to free the battery. Image 2/2: Unscrew the two 4.7mm screws below the battery.
  • Make sure the computer is powered down before beginning your work

  • Remove the battery and set it aside, there is a small clip that slides to free the battery.

  • Unscrew the two 4.7mm screws below the battery.

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Image 1/2: There are 2 screws to the left of the compartment, 3 to the right, and 2 along the bottom side. Image 2/2: There are 2 screws to the left of the compartment, 3 to the right, and 2 along the bottom side.
  • Remove seven 8.6mm screws from the left and right side of the battery compartment

  • There are 2 screws to the left of the compartment, 3 to the right, and 2 along the bottom side.

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Image 1/3: Using a plastic opening tool carefully pry up along the edge of the plastic bezel at the top of the keyboard. Image 2/3: Getting the lip of the plastic opening tool under the edge of the bezel and moving it along the right and left edges helps to make removal easier. Image 3/3: Getting the lip of the plastic opening tool under the edge of the bezel and moving it along the right and left edges helps to make removal easier.
  • Flip the laptop over and open it up.

  • Using a plastic opening tool carefully pry up along the edge of the plastic bezel at the top of the keyboard.

  • Getting the lip of the plastic opening tool under the edge of the bezel and moving it along the right and left edges helps to make removal easier.

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Image 1/2: Using a plastic opening tool push inward along the edges of the keyboard to release the holding clips Image 2/2: Using a plastic opening tool push inward along the edges of the keyboard to release the holding clips
  • Remove two 5.5mm screws from the top of the keyboard

  • Using a plastic opening tool push inward along the edges of the keyboard to release the holding clips

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Image 1/1: Be careful not to pull too hard on the keyboard as it is still attached to the laptop by the ribbon connector.
  • Lift the keyboard upwards

  • Be careful not to pull too hard on the keyboard as it is still attached to the laptop by the ribbon connector.

  • Using the plastic opening tool push up on the black clip holding the connector ribbon.

  • Pull out the ribbon connector to remove the keyboard.

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Image 1/3: Remove the six 5.5mm screws holding the bezel on. Image 2/3: Remove the six 5.5mm screws holding the bezel on. Image 3/3: Remove the six 5.5mm screws holding the bezel on.
  • Using a plastic opening tool remove the rubber bumpers covering the display bezel screws.

  • Remove the six 5.5mm screws holding the bezel on.

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Image 1/2: Once the opening tool is inserted under the lip of the bezel simply sliding it along the edge will release the retaining clips. Image 2/2: Once the opening tool is inserted under the lip of the bezel simply sliding it along the edge will release the retaining clips.
  • Using a plastic opening tool carefully pry along the edges of the screen bezel to remove it.

  • Once the opening tool is inserted under the lip of the bezel simply sliding it along the edge will release the retaining clips.

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Image 1/2: Two 4.7mm screws from the left side of the display. Image 2/2: Two 4.7mm screws from the right side of the display.
  • Remove the following screws:

    • Two 4.7mm screws from the left side of the display.

    • Two 4.7mm screws from the right side of the display.

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Image 1/3: Two 5.5mm screws from the left display mount. Image 2/3: Two 5.5mm screws from the right display mount. Image 3/3: Gently pull the display mount frame outward to release the inserts holding the display screen in place. This will allow the screen to lean forward, revealing the connectors.
  • Remove the following screws:

    • Two 5.5mm screws from the left display mount.

    • Two 5.5mm screws from the right display mount.

  • Gently pull the display mount frame outward to release the inserts holding the display screen in place. This will allow the screen to lean forward, revealing the connectors.

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Image 1/3: Using a flat headed tool or nail, disconnect the wires from the left connection behind the display. Image 2/3: Pulling upward gently on the tab, remove the magnetic connection in the top left of the tray area under the keyboard. Image 3/3: The screen should now be able to freely be removed from the laptop.
  • Using a flat headed tool or nail, remove the wires from the right connector behind the display.

  • Using a flat headed tool or nail, disconnect the wires from the left connection behind the display.

  • Pulling upward gently on the tab, remove the magnetic connection in the top left of the tray area under the keyboard.

  • The screen should now be able to freely be removed from the laptop.

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Conclusion

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

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