Introduction

This replacement guide is to walk you through a screen replacement on your Toshiba Satellite A660-ST3NX2X. Before starting this replacement, make sure you have a replacement screen that is made for this computer. Also, make sure the computer is powered off and completely shut down before completing this replacement.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/1: Turn the computer over, so the screen is facing down and the battery is positioned in front of you.
  • Unplug all cables and other devices from the computer before starting this replacement.

  • Turn the computer over, so the screen is facing down and the battery is positioned in front of you.

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Image 1/2: Using both hands, place one finger on each tab and slide them to the sides and away from each other. Image 2/2: Using both hands, place one finger on each tab and slide them to the sides and away from each other.
  • Locate the two sliding tabs on either side of the battery.

  • Using both hands, place one finger on each tab and slide them to the sides and away from each other.

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Image 1/3: The right tab on this laptop stayed pushed to the right without needing to be held in place. Image 2/3: The right tab on this laptop stayed pushed to the right without needing to be held in place. Image 3/3: The right tab on this laptop stayed pushed to the right without needing to be held in place.
  • Pull the battery out, keeping the tabs pushed to the side.

    • The right tab on this laptop stayed pushed to the right without needing to be held in place.

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Image 1/2: Peel back all four circular stickers that are located at each corner of the computer frame. Image 2/2: A pair of fine point tweezers was used to complete this.
  • Unplug all devices and power down the computer completely.

  • Peel back all four circular stickers that are located at each corner of the computer frame.

    • A pair of fine point tweezers was used to complete this.

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Image 1/1: The computer frame should become more loose after the screws are removed.
  • Unscrew all four 5mm screws located underneath the stickers in each corner of the computer frame.

    • The computer frame should become more loose after the screws are removed.

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Image 1/2: A prying tool was used by inserting it  in the crack between the frame and the screen and running it along the edges of the frame. Image 2/2: A prying tool was used by inserting it  in the crack between the frame and the screen and running it along the edges of the frame.
  • Pry the frame of the screen away from the computer.

    • A prying tool was used by inserting it in the crack between the frame and the screen and running it along the edges of the frame.

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Image 1/2: Only two screws are shown in the image. Image 2/2: The metal frame will completely separate from the computer screen.
  • Unscrew the three black 4mm JIS screws on each side of the metal frame that is still attached to the side of the screen.

    • Only two screws are shown in the image.

  • The metal frame will completely separate from the computer screen.

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Image 1/3: Peel off the metal-like attachment from the back of the screen. Image 2/3: Peel off the metal-like attachment from the back of the screen. Image 3/3: Peel off the metal-like attachment from the back of the screen.
  • Position the screen in a way that the aluminum backing is exposed.

  • Peel off the metal-like attachment from the back of the screen.

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Conclusion

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

Megan Murrell

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