As the most frequently used and fragile component on a laptop, there are many ways a laptop LCD screen can fail. The most common reasons to replace a laptop LCD screen are physical damage or cracks. Other reasons for replacement could be vertical and/or horizontal lines, dead pixels, a dim screen, or a flickering screen.
A Cracked Screen:
Besides from an obvious crack or a spider web crack, most cracks will be under the surface, with the glass inside the laptop LCD ...
Not every repair requires a trip to the store to solve the issue. If your laptop has a cracked or malfunctioning screen, you may be able to fix it yourself! Follow this step-by-step guide for a Dell laptop screen repair that you can do yourself.
11 Steps to a Dell Laptop Screen Repair
Disconnect your laptop from any charging cables, power it off, and remove the battery.
Using a small plastic spatula or guitar pick, begin to separate the surrounding plastic cover ...
Samsung Chromebook 2 Screen Replacement
Step 1 Battery
Make sure your Chromebook is turned off before you begin.
Set the laptop face down on a flat surface.
Remove the nine 5 mm screws on the bottom cover using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.
Loosen the back cover panel with a plastic opening tool, and work it all the way around the computer.
Once the cover is loose, remove the back cover panel using your hands.
Unscrew the four 4 mm screws holding the ...
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However, it’s been reported that Apple will be coming out with a cheaper option for laptop users, presumably in a move to reach a broader audience, especially college students. ...
Dell XPS 15-9550 LCD Display Assembly
Tools needed for this repair: 1/8 inch Flat Head & Phillips Screwdriver Repair Difficulty: Intermediate (Medium)
1: You have to remove the screws from the bottom base and under the badge door.
2- Remove bottom base with fingers.
3- Unplug battery cable.
4- Unscrew and remove the wireless bracket.
5- Unplug antenna cables and remove wireless card.
6- Unscrew and remove the bracket.
7- Unplug and loosen LCD cable, pull up very slow.
8- Unscrew Left & Right hinges then remove touchscreen assembly.
And that's it ...