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Sunday, 3 July 2011

Packard Bell Easynote LM, TK, TM, TR, NM, TH36, TJ61, TJ64, TJ65, TJ67, TJ68, TJ71, TJ74 Screen Replacement

You have just dropped your laptop and the screen has started bleeding and cracked or you have noticed that it is now flickering after the accident. In this tutorial you will learn how to disassemble and replace the broken LCD screen on Packard Bell Easynote LM, TK, TM, TR, NM, TH36, TJ61, TJ64, TJ65, TJ67, TJ68, TJ74 Notebooks series. Packard Bell Easynote series laptops come with 13.3, 14.0, 15.6 and 17.3 inch HD LED LCD widescreens depending on the one you are have.


Packard Bell Easynote Laptop

The first thing to do is search the right laptop screen at Laptop Screen Online.

Remove Packard Bell Battery

Remove the Packard Bell battery from the laptop before starting the replacement.

Remove the screwcovers covering all the screws. Keep these covers safely.

Use a precision screwdriver to remove all screw in the laptop screen bezel.

Put fingers between the plastic bezel and the Packard Bell laptop screen and pull the bezel on all sides to release it from the catches. Do this carefully to avoid snapping the screen bezel.

At the hinges area pull the put your fingers in the little space between the screen and the plastic bezel and this time pull upwards to remove the bezel totally. Use firm grip but do not pull too hard.

At the top two sides of the internal part unscrew the screws holding the side arms to the screen cover.

At the very top part of Packard Bell laptop screen disconnect the cable to the camera and remember to reconnect when fitting a new screen.

Remove all side screws and keep them safely. The trick is to move the screen slight towards you before unscrewing.

Place the LCD screen face-down and now you can see the whole back of the screen. You will also see the LED connection and cable. This area must be handled with care as damaging the cable will require you to replace it with a new one.

At the LED connection area peel up the clear tape holding down the screen cable connection as shown in the image.

After peeling the clear tape diconnect the cable carefully. Be careful not to pull too hard.

Congratulations! The screen removal process is complete. Go through the process in reverse order to fit a new screen.

This laptop screen replacement instruction can also be used for many other Packard Bell Easynote series including;

Packard Bell Easynote LM85, LM86, LM87, LM81, LM98, LM94,
Packard Bell Easynote TK85, TK37, TK81, TK83, TK87,
Packard Bell Easynote TJ61, TJ64, TJ65, TJ67, TJ68, TJ74, TJ71,
Packard Bell Easynote TM80, TM82, TM83, TM86, TM89, TM97, TM99,
Packard Bell Easynote TR85, TR87,
Packard Bell Easynote NM,
Packard Bell Easynote TH36,and others.


Thank you very much for taking the time to write this, I had no clue how to replace the screen until I used this guide.

Chris :)

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Hi, thank your the instructions. On the Packard Bell TJ74 that I am trying to replace the screen on, it has screws at the bottom corners of the bezel so cannot get the bezel off completely. I can see through a gap a screw in each corner but looks like you have to get under the strip above the keyboard. How do I get that off? Many thanks.

Kind regards


The plastic strip above the Keyboard, and below the LCD screen, is the LED/Power On Button Cover. It pops off. The cover has tabs on the outside edges, and the Palm Rest Cover it resides in, has matching Latches. I use a thick guitar pick at the right side of the cover, in the parting line. (Line where cover meets Palm Rest Cover)Ease the pick in the parting line, give it a twist. Once the cover starts popping off, GO S-L-O-W. There may be wires attached to the LED/Power On Button Cover. Once the cover is up a little, start disconnecting those wires FROM the motherboard.

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