Introduction

This guide will explain how to safely remove the screen from your Lenovo Yoga 2 13". It will provide a list of the tools needed as well as the easiest way to remove the screen without damaging it.

Image 1/2: Carefully remove one 4.762 mm screw from each corner using a Phillips head screwdriver. Image 2/2: Carefully remove one 4.762 mm screw from each corner using a Phillips head screwdriver.
  • Using an opening pick, remove one small black rectangle piece on two corners to locate screws.

  • Carefully remove one 4.762 mm screw from each corner using a Phillips head screwdriver.

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  • Remove the long centerpiece covering between the hinges.

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  • Detach the screen from the front panel, by sliding the screen up about 2mm. Do not pull too far, as there are still connected wires.

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Image 1/1: Gently unsnap  the wire from the hooks along the perimeter, also removing any tape along the wire.
  • Locate the gold wire and follow it to two clips. Remove the clips and the clear tape securing the wire.

  • Gently unsnap the wire from the hooks along the perimeter, also removing any tape along the wire.

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Image 1/2: During reassembly remember to set the screen about 2 mm beyond the lid top edge then slide down to engage the tanges. Image 2/2: During reassembly remember to set the screen about 2 mm beyond the lid top edge then slide down to engage the tanges.
  • Completely separate the screen from the laptop.

    • During reassembly remember to set the screen about 2 mm beyond the lid top edge then slide down to engage the tanges.

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Conclusion

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

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Nichelle

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Hi Nichelle,

thanks for your guide. Step 1 and 2 - no problem. But how actually did you do step 3? I can't detach the screen, I can just lift it a few millimeters at the corners or at the side, totally hard..

edit: Ok got it: slide the touch-lcd up a bit :)

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