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Introducción

The screen is a very important part of the laptop, as it allows users to access the internet and a variety of other resources. If your laptop screen is cracked or displays no image, then it may be damaged and will need to be replaced. The goal of this guide is to show how to replace a broken or damaged laptop screen. It is a relatively straightforward process, and does not even require you to open the bottom half of the device. In this guide, a plastic opening tool, a spudger, and a Phillips #0 screwdriver will be needed. The steps required for this guide will only take a few minutes to complete.

  1. Use the plastic opening tool around the edges of the screen and remove the outer screen casing (the bezel). Use the plastic opening tool around the edges of the screen and remove the outer screen casing (the bezel). Use the plastic opening tool around the edges of the screen and remove the outer screen casing (the bezel).
    • Use the plastic opening tool around the edges of the screen and remove the outer screen casing (the bezel).

  2. Locate the black strip at the bottom of the screen, just above the power button. Use the spudger to disconnect this wire from the screen. Use the spudger to disconnect this wire from the screen.
    • Locate the black strip at the bottom of the screen, just above the power button.

    • Use the spudger to disconnect this wire from the screen.

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  4. Disconnect the wire leading around the screen with a spudger or a plastic opening tool. Disconnect the wire leading around the screen with a spudger or a plastic opening tool.
    • Disconnect the wire leading around the screen with a spudger or a plastic opening tool.

  5. Locate the six 3 mm screws (there are three on each side of the screen). Remove them with the Phillips #0 screwdriver. Locate the six 3 mm screws (there are three on each side of the screen). Remove them with the Phillips #0 screwdriver. Locate the six 3 mm screws (there are three on each side of the screen). Remove them with the Phillips #0 screwdriver.
    • Locate the six 3 mm screws (there are three on each side of the screen). Remove them with the Phillips #0 screwdriver.

  6. Pull the screen (the entire top half) backwards off the hinges of the laptop.
    • Pull the screen (the entire top half) backwards off the hinges of the laptop.

Conclusión

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

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