Monday, July 11, 2011

Laptop LCD Repair

If you're undertaking some laptop LCD repair, removing and replacing your screen means you are working with a very fragile and very expensive component.

Follow these steps carefully, the machine in the photos here is a Toshiba but the job is quite similar regardless of what brand machine you are working on.

Remove the mask stickers and then the screws from behind the stickers.
Carefully pull away the mask assembly from around the screen.
Remove the LCD mounting screws behind the stickers and also behind the inverter cable.
The LCD should now be free from its mountings.
Disconnect the cable from the back of the LCD.

To complete your laptop LCD repair and fit your new screen, just reverse the steps above. 

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