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Introducción

The display on the Google Pixelbook is secured with strong adhesive and requires some careful prying to separate it from the case. Using heat from a hairdryer, or an iOpener, may help soften the adhesive for easier removal.

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    • Use the iFixit opening tools or a metal spudger to pry the rubber covers off the back of your Pixelbook.

    • Peel the linings off completely until the back of the Pixelbook looks bare.

    After using the spurger to start lifting the rubber like cover at a corner, a two inch wide paint scrapper proved to be an easy way to continue. Using the scrapper at roughly a 30 degree angle (with respect to the laptop rectangle) allowed progressive lifting of the cover. Ripping of the cover tended to occur if only the narrow spurger was used.

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    • Remove the two yellow 2.0mm screws by using a T3 Torx screwdriver.

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    • Remove the seventeen 3.0mm T5 Torx screws from the bottom panel.

    Just a heads up on “Step 3”: (not sure if maybe mine is a newer model since I just got it about a week ago) But there are only 15 of the T5 Screws on mine… Not 17. There are only 2, instead of 4, screws at the top of the picture (located at the hinge) showing the back where they are all circled.

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    I had the same experience as Jeff.

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    • Use the nylon spudger to pry the edge of the Pixelbook up until you can grab the edge with your fingers.

    • Open the back panel completely and lay it flat so you see the whole inside of the computer.

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    • Remove the yellow 2.0mm screw from the middle of the panel by using the T3 Torx screwdriver to turn the screw counterclockwise.

    For me, these were T4 and not T3 screws (everything labelled T3 was a T4 for me).

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    • Remove the small, black casing by using the spudger to lift it up from its place.

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    • Disconnect the flat, black cord from the main component by using a spudger to push it out of the slot, or by using your hand to carefully pull it out.

    • Your back panel is now free from the main component.

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    • Use an iSclack, or suction cup, to lift up the corner of the display from the case.

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    • Insert an opening pick into the gap between the display and case.

    • Repeat this procedure on other side.

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    • Using an opening pick, slowly pry up on the display until it separates.

    • Don't completely remove the display as ribbon cables connect it to the case.

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    • Use the pointed end of spudger to flip up the small locking flap on the ZIF connector.

    • Remove the display ribbon cable from the socket.

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    • Use the pointed end of a spudger to flip up the small locking flap on the ZIF connector.

    • Remove the display ribbon cable from the socket.

    The text is misleading for this step- you're really just peeling back the cushy adhesive and pulling out the ribbon cable. The pictures are accurate.

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    • Flip the display over and lay it flat on the keyboard.

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    • Use a pair of tweezers to grab the clip on the display connector and swing it over to the other side of the socket.

    • Pull on the clip to disconnect the display.

    • Remove the display.

Conclusión

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

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9 comentarios

Where would you find a replacement display?

Carlos Garcia - Contestar

Any idea on where to get a display replacement for the Pixelbook?

Nicolas - Contestar

Is it necessary to remove the back in order to remove the screen? I cant see any connection between the two?

Thanks

Stevie B - Contestar

You remove the back to disconnect the battery.

Sergio B -

any idea how to remove the glass shade on the back panel?

jon - Contestar

Is there a way to remove the entire screen assembly portion (lid) and replace it? I have two broken pixelbooks and I’d like to make a working one.

Trevor Standley - Contestar

Still waiting for a display replacement. link.

Menoats Untouchable - Contestar

Found a full-lid assembly replacement on eBay, but no instructions. Should be easier than this, but I'm not sure without instructions. Any ideas? (Actually rented my life, so a full replacement is really great)

Martin Yonke - Contestar

Not very useful when the only replacement screens I can find are culls from dead Pixelbooks on eBay :-(

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