Chromebook Pixel 2013 LCD & Touchscreen replacement guide
I've recently bought a Chromebook Pixel 2013 with smashed touchscreen. The LCD isn't working either (it does output via displayport so the machine is working), so I've bought a combined LCD/Touchscreen glass unit from China via ebay.
There's no visible screws to remove the present touchscreen / LCD and trying to chip out bits of the touchscreen glass to see underneath results in a lot of tiny shards flying everywhere. I'm assuming it's glued down but feel a bit reticent about taking a heat gun to it and damaging the LCD chassis / top frame.
Would any of the smart boffins on this site be able to advise as to the best way to replace it? I've tried searching various forums and Youtube, but the teardowns are mostly the mainboard / chassis etc rather than touchscreen LCD.