In this tutorial I will show you how to dismantle a cracked/broken, damaged or flickering 17.3 inch LCD screen of Acer Aspire 7530, 7530G, 7535, 7535G, 7736G, 7736Z, 7736ZG laptop series. The Acer Aspire AS7530, AS7530G, AS7535, AS7535G, AS7736G, AS7736Z and AS7736ZG screen display panels have been known for their sharp Cinecrystal (Acer Gloss Brand Name) clarity and image sharpness and are hight resolution 1600 x 900 HD LED LCD.
This replacement instruction can be used for other 17.3 inch Acer, Dell, Hp, Samsung, Sony Vaio and etc.
The very first thing you want to do when your laptop screen is defective, twitching or cracked is to make sure you have acquired the right replacement screen before starting the repair.
|Acer Aspire 7535Z Damaged Screen|
Acer Aspire 7530, 7530G, 7535, 7535G, 7736G, 7736Z, 7736ZG replacement you will only need precision screwdrivers and the LCD screen.
|Remove The Acer Battery First|
Always remove the laptop battery before starting any repair on a laptop.
Use a flat screwdriver to remove the screen plastic or rubber covers. Underneath these covers you will find the screws holding the bezel to the back-cover.
|Remove Plastic Bezel|
Place your fingers in the space line between the screen and the plastic bezel and start pulling firmly on all the sides.
Use the image below to pull the screen slightly towards you slightly and start removing the side screws from the brackets. The brackets, joined at the hinges area and on the both sides of the laptop act as holders to the laptop screen.
|Remove laptop side-screws|
The above screens are very much compatible and interchangeable so it will not matter the manufacturer model you have acquired from the laptop screen retailer.
|Back of Laptop Screen|
You will now be left with the screen cable to deal with. Carefully pull up the clear tape holding down the display cable and pull the data connectors apart. This must be done with care as any mistake may cause a permanent damage to the cable or the connector and this is unrepairable.
|Acer Aspire 7736G-748G64BN Screen Removed|