Laptop Notebook LCD Screen removal and installation instructionsFrom : "Techexcess" Store on ebay...
Techexcess's Quick and easy directions to install or replace a broken laptop screen at home!1. Required tools
Small phillips + Small Flat screwdriver
Steady fingers2. Pre-Installation
Unplug your laptop+battery.
Ground yourself. Grounding yourself removes all static electricity from your body. Static electricity can damage your laptop.
Frequently ground yourself periodically throughout the process, especially if you are working on carpet.3. Bezel screw removal process
A plastic bezel enclosure is currently securing your screen in place. First, you need to find the small rubber/plastic pads or sometimes stickers which are covering the screws. There are usually four of these small covers, often measuring no more than 1cm.
Once you have identified the covers, remove them.
Set these aside for reinstallation.4. Remove the plastic bezel
Split the plastic bezel w/flathead screwdriver. The bezel may be adhered to the panel. If you suspect the bezel is adhered, take care when separating the bezel as to not damage the plastic. Use your fingers to gradually separate the plastic at the seam along all edges.
Once the bezel has been removed, set this piece aside for resintallation.5. Remove the screws holding the screen in place
There are usually four of these screws often located near the corners of the screen.
Use your screwdriver to remove them.
Set screws aside for same use on install.6. Unplug the inverter and the screen
The inverter looks like a green computer chip. Identify the wires that are attached from the inverter to the screen.
Once you have found the inverter and where the plug is, carefully remove the plug. (There may be more than one plug on dual backlight laptops.)7. Remove the flex video cable attached to the motherboard
There usually is tape holding it in place. Remove tape for later use.
Carefully unplug the flex cable by applying equal amounts of pressure to both ends of the connecting plug. Gradually alternating pressure from one end to the other is a good technique. Be careful not to bend or damage the pins or the plug.8. Remove the screen
There should be nothing left attaching the screen to your laptop.
Remove the screen.
Set the screen aside.9. Install your new screen
To install your new lcd panel, take the screen you received from Techexcess and perform the previous steps in reverse order.ANY QUESTIONS?
Techexcess on ebay, owned by Techexcess, LLC (techexcess is also on the web) has a wide variety of lcd's in stock, ready to ship. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT, We will LOOK FOR YOU & quote you a price!
Just contact us through Ebay! --> http://myworld.ebay.com/techexcess
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Please make sure to give us as much of the information below that you can,
when asking for an LCD screen replacement link to the one you need:
1)The make & model of your laptop
2) The screen size ( measure diagonally)
3) Is the screen WIDESCREEN or STANDARD
4) What is the screen resolution?
5) How many pins do you have on your old lcd - 20? 30? (For ribbon cable on lcd)
6)Do you have a single or double backlight?
7)If you do NOT KNOW any of the info above...
If you have removed your broken LCD, Send me the part/model# of your LCD screen - If you're not sure what to send, send all the info on the back of the removed panel, and I can sort out the information in order to send you the correct screen link