In this tutorial I will show you how to disassemble and replace a broken LCD screen on Samsung NP-N110, N120, N130, N140, N145, N150, N210, N220, N230, N310 Netebooks. These Samsung netbook series come with 10.1 inch widescreens.
GET THE SAMSUNG NETBOOK SCREENS HERE
First thing to do is to find the right Samsung replacement screen at the link below;
|Samsung Nebook with cracked screen|
Samsung N110 Replacement Screen
Samsung N120 Replacement Screen
Samsung N130 Replacement Screen
Samsung N140 Replacement Screen
Samsung N145 Replacement Screen
Samsung N150 Replacement Screen
Samsung N210 Replacement Screen
Samsung N220 Replacement Screen
Samsung N230 Replacement Screen
Samsung N310 Replacement Screen
Your Samsung laptop may may have some extra letters and numbers after it e.g. KA01UK, KA02UK, KA03UK, KA04UK, KA05UK etc. Note that the numbers will not affect the screen type in the laptop as they all come with the same type. The Samsung NP series netbook usually comes with screen part numbers LTN101NT02 (Samsung Make), LTN101NT06 (Samsung Make), LP101WSA (LG Philips Make), N101L6-L02 (Made by Chi Mei), N101L6-L01 Rev C1 and C2, or B101AW03 (AU Optronics Make).
|Samsung Battery Removed|
The very first thing is to remove the battery from the Samsung netbook before starting the replacement. Removing the battery is a good practice as failure to do so may result in the laptop malfunctioning.
|Remove Screw Covers|
With a flat screwdriver remove the screwcover from the top and lower sides of the laptop bezel and keep them safely.
Remove the screws holding the plastic bezel to the laptop.
Put your fingers between the plastic bezel and the Samsung netbook screen and pull the bezel on all sides to release it from the catches. You can also use flat objects to successfully carry this out. This must be done carefully to avoid snapping the netbook bezel.
Also do this at the lower bezel area. The Samsung NP-N110, N120, N130, N140, N145, N150, N210, N220, N230, N310 netbook bezels are very thin and fragile. So be careful when pulling.
Removing the laptop bezel exposes the netbook screen itself. With the help of the image on the right remove the screws holding the screen to the laptop back cover.
Disconnect the camera cable to give good room for the screen removal.
Place the screen face-down on the keyboard area. At this point you will be able to see the back of the screen and its cables.
Disconnect the screen cable. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CONNECTION IS HELD DOWN WITH A CLEAR TAPE. Remove this tape first before carrying out the diconnection.
Now use a presicion screwdriver to remove the side screws. Keep these screws seperately as they can be hard to find if any of them drops to the floor.
At this point the netbook screen removal process is complete. To install a new screen simply carry out the process in reverse order. Good luck!
|Screen Removal Complete|