Introduction

if the screen broken/scratched and needs to be replaced here is the guide. (only screwdrivers required).

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  • Remove ten 3mm screws from the back cover with a T4 screwdriver.

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  • Remove the ribbons from both sides with a plastic iFixit opening tool.

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  • Remove the black wire that connects the screen to the motherboard by pulling up with a plastic iFixit opening tool.

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Image 1/2: Pull aside the ribbon cable. Image 2/2: Pull aside the ribbon cable.
  • Disconnect the ribbon cable with a plastic iFixit opening tool by lifting up the black clip and pulling the white ribbon off.

  • Pull aside the ribbon cable.

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  • Disconnect the wire that is connected to the wireless card with a plastic iFixit opening tool by lifting up slowly, then pulling the wires aside.

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Image 1/1: Six 3mm screws.
  • Use a PH00 size screwdriver to remove the 8 screws that secure the battery.

  • Six 3mm screws.

  • Two 5mm screws.

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  • Insert a plastic iFixit opening tool in between the port and the wires to remove the battery cable.

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  • After removing the battery, start to remove the wireless wire and making it through the other wires connected under the battery.

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Image 1/2: Each side of the brackets that are holding the screen down are going to have two 3mm screws in each side. Image 2/2: Each side of the brackets that are holding the screen down are going to have two 3mm screws in each side.
  • Remove the screws with a PH1 size screwdriver.

  • Each side of the brackets that are holding the screen down are going to have two 3mm screws in each side.

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  • Open the laptop by separating the screen from the actual laptop and take it apart.

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Molly Skinner

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