Introduction

If your laptop is powered and running but your screen display is showing limited or no visibility, you may have a broken screen and will need it replaced.

Parts

No parts required.

Flip laptop over.
  • Flip laptop over.

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Eject Battery
  • Eject Battery

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Place battery to the side.
  • Place battery to the side.

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Underside view with necessary parts removed.
  • Underside view with necessary parts removed.

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Look for the eject button.
  • Look for the eject button.

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Locate Screws.
  • Locate Screws.

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Locate hard-drive.
  • Locate hard-drive.

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Locate screws
  • Locate screws

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take out hard drive.
  • take out hard drive.

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HP Pavilion DM3-3000 Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable
  • HP Pavilion DM3-3000 Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable

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Unscrew the Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable.
  • Unscrew the Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable.

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Base with removed Series Audio USB Card Reader Board.
  • Base with removed Series Audio USB Card Reader Board.

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Take out audio driver.
  • Take out audio driver.

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HP Pavilion DM3-3000 Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable
  • HP Pavilion DM3-3000 Series Audio USB Card Reader Board w/Cable

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Release the hinges by removing the three Phillips PM2.5x7.0 screws and hinge covers that secure it to the base. Before doing this be sure all cables are properly disconnected form the base enclosure (WLAN, WWAN cambles) or trying to lift the display enclosure away can damage the cords and other components. Before doing this be sure all cables are properly disconnected form the base enclosure (WLAN, WWAN cambles) or trying to lift the display enclosure away can damage the cords and other components.
  • Release the hinges by removing the three Phillips PM2.5x7.0 screws and hinge covers that secure it to the base.

  • Before doing this be sure all cables are properly disconnected form the base enclosure (WLAN, WWAN cambles) or trying to lift the display enclosure away can damage the cords and other components.

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to get access to the internal components first remove the two rubber screw covers and the two Phillips PM2.0×4.0 screws at the bottom of the enclosure. to detach the display bezel flex the inside edges on the top, bottom, left and right sides until it is fully detached then lift away from the rest of the screen enclosure. to detach the display bezel flex the inside edges on the top, bottom, left and right sides until it is fully detached then lift away from the rest of the screen enclosure.
  • to get access to the internal components first remove the two rubber screw covers and the two Phillips PM2.0×4.0 screws at the bottom of the enclosure.

  • to detach the display bezel flex the inside edges on the top, bottom, left and right sides until it is fully detached then lift away from the rest of the screen enclosure.

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next, remove the four Phillips 2.0×3.0 screws at each corner that secure the display panel to the enclosure. Then you can remove the hinges on each side. remove the display panel cable by first releasing the adhesive strip then you can safely disconnect the display panel cable form its port. You can also view this maintenance and service guide provided by hp here: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02...
  • next, remove the four Phillips 2.0×3.0 screws at each corner that secure the display panel to the enclosure. Then you can remove the hinges on each side.

  • remove the display panel cable by first releasing the adhesive strip then you can safely disconnect the display panel cable form its port.

  • You can also view this maintenance and service guide provided by hp here: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02...

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Conclusion

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

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this screen replacement guide is amazing

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