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はじめに

This guide will give you step-by-step instructions on how to replace your display assembly. Make sure you have a clean, dry, uncluttered, and roomy work space that has good lighting before you start. Also, make sure that your display assembly actually needs to be replaced by consulting our troubleshooting guide.

    • Before you begin, be sure to turn off your laptop and discharge the battery down to 25%.

    • Turn the computer upside down.

    • Use the T5 Torx Screwdriver to remove the eight 3.3 mm screws.

    • Make sure to use the magnetic project mat to help you keep track of the small screws.

  1. Use an opening tool to pry up and loosen the back case from the laptop. Remove the back case.
    • Use an opening tool to pry up and loosen the back case from the laptop.

    • Remove the back case.

  2. Remove the four 2mm Phillips #00 screws securing the battery. The screw locations are marked by small white arrows on the battery.
    • Remove the four 2mm Phillips #00 screws securing the battery.

    • The screw locations are marked by small white arrows on the battery.

  3. Peel off the adhesive on the left side of the battery holding the speaker wire down. Move the battery slightly to gain access to the battery plug, located on the left edge of the battery. Carefully unplug the battery by pulling the connector towards the battery.
    • Peel off the adhesive on the left side of the battery holding the speaker wire down.

    • Move the battery slightly to gain access to the battery plug, located on the left edge of the battery.

    • Carefully unplug the battery by pulling the connector towards the battery.

    • Pull parallel to the battery, not straight up.

    • Remove the battery.

    • It is normal for your battery to flex and bend a bit where the wider section meets the narrower section.

  4. Remove the two 2mm Phillips #00 screws from the fan. Disconnect the fan from the motherboard. Disconnect the fan from the motherboard.
    • Remove the two 2mm Phillips #00 screws from the fan.

    • Disconnect the fan from the motherboard.

  5. Using minimal force, disconnect both WiFi antennae cables. Remove the single Phillips #00 screw that secures the WiFi card. Slide the WiFi card up until it is completely removed.
    • Using minimal force, disconnect both WiFi antennae cables.

    • Remove the single Phillips #00 screw that secures the WiFi card.

    • Slide the WiFi card up until it is completely removed.

    • Do not pull up on the wireless module while it is still seated. You may inadvertently damage it.

  6. Remove the four hinge screw with a Phillips #00 screwdriver. Remove the four hinge screw with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.
    • Remove the four hinge screw with a Phillips #00 screwdriver.

  7. Grip the black tape and pull up to unplug. Grip the black tape and pull up to unplug.
    • Grip the black tape and pull up to unplug.

  8. Separate the display assembly from the body of the computer.
    • Separate the display assembly from the body of the computer.

    • As a result of the orientation of the hinges, you may need to rotate open the laptop to around 270 degrees to clear them.

終わりに

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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You forgot to mention that some people may have to remove the heatsink like I did before the screen will come off.

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Anyone have any tips on reconnecting the WIFI antennas? I finally gave up and just decided to get a USB dongle… worked out well otherwise. I did also have to remove the heatsink like Wargaming Super Noob mentioned.

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