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Lenovo Yoga 920-13IKB Screen Replacement

Qué necesitas

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    • Rotate the device into tablet mode so the device’s screen is facing up.

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    • Pry the metal cover up from the bottom of the screen with the iFixit Opening Tool to reveal the corners of the white adhesive strip.

    • Pull the metal cover off the device until it's completely free.

    • Clean off the old adhesive and straighten the metal cover when reassembling.

    • Use a new adhesive when reassembling.

    • Avoid bending the metal cover to prevent damage to the device.

    • If you’re really struggling, you may pry from the opposite side, but be careful not to damage the screen or metal cover.

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    • Remove the eight 3mm Phillips #000 screws that were below the metal cover to loosen the screen.

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    • Pull out the white adhesives using the iFixit Tweezers.

    • Roll the tape around the iFixit Tweezers to remove successfully.

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    • Pry up the screen with the iFixit Opening Tool.

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    • Lift the screen with your hands and place the the screen face down, keeping the device in the same location.

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    • Flip up the black tab on the connector at the top of the screen with the iFixit Opening Tool.

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    • Use the iFixit Tweezers to remove the ribbon cable from the connector.

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    • Flip up the black tab on the smallest connector at the bottom of the screen with the iFixit Opening Tool.

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    • Use the iFixit Tweezers to remove the ribbon cable from the connector.

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    • Flip up the thick black cable at the bottom of the screen with your thumb.

    • Use the iFixit Opening Tool to lift up the brass tab to free up the cable.

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    • Remove the ribbon cable from the connector to detach the screen from the device.

Conclusión

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

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5 comentarios

Does this also appy to the Yoga 910-13IBK?

Tony Salazar - Contestar

Alyssa, I am about to tackle this job to replace a cracked screen - I greatly appreciate your guide. In step 2 you recommend using new adhesive. What adhesive is recommended exactly?

Bradley Buege - Contestar

See this youtube video from Lenovo on LCD tape, how to find what kind, how to remove it, and how to reapply it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeUM312_...

Robert -

You missed the camera transfer step. I completed the screen replacement only to find no camera for Zoom. Then realized the this procedure didn’t cover the camera transfer.

ddurbin1 - Contestar

Ok, 15 minutes to complete this is ridiculous. A seasoned person couldn't do this in 15 minutes, especially when removing and replacing adhesive, etc. That must be a typo.

Syber Geek - Contestar

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