In this tutorial you can learn a general way of replacing a broken laptop screen. Here we have used a Toshiba Satellite laptop notebook with a 15" screen size. This instruction can be used for most laptops with many different sizes including 15.4, 15.6, 17" and many others and can also be used for other makes and models like Acer, Dell, Samsung, Sony Vaio etc.
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BEFORE STARTING THIS SCREEN REPLACEMENT/REMOVAL PROCESS PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT THE LAPTOP BATTERY IS REMOVED AND IT IS UNPLUGGED FROM ELECTRIC SOCKET.
We have used a a Toshiba laptop but this instruction can be used for many others.
Remove all screw cover
(usually made of platic or rubber)
Remove all screws from the LCD bezel (frame). Make sure all screws have been removed because sometimes the bezel has screws in the sides of the lid.
From the lower area, gently push your fingers between the damaged LCD/LED panel and the bazel and pull gently, unlucking the mechanism holding the damaged screen inside. Do this all around the bazel until it is free from the locks.
Now that the bazel is successfully removed, gently pull the top side of the screen away from the screen cover and start undoing the screws on the sides to free the screen from the holders.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TOP GREEN PART OF THE SCREEN IS SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH EXTREME CARE.
Place a piece of paper or cloth on the keyboard and place the screen gently on it.
Carefully pull the display cable from the plug.
Note that for some laptops you may have to hold on to a catch to be able to pull - release the cable from the plug (examples are Dell laptops)
Finally unplug the lighting cable from the inverter (Please do this with care)
The damaged screen removal process is complete. All you need to do now is fit the new screen by folowing the instruction in reverse order.
This instruction will work for laptops like Dell, Toshiba, Samsung, Acer, Apple, Fujitsu, Packard Bell, Asus and many others.
I hope this works for you. For any questions please leave us a comment.