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はじめに

This guide will help return your bubbly or malfunctioning screen back to its vibrant glory days.

  1. Unplug your laptop from any source of power. Lay your laptop on a soft, clean surface as shown. Using the Metal Spudger, remove the two rubber grips on the bottom face of the laptop, located closest to the hinge.
    • Unplug your laptop from any source of power.

    • Lay your laptop on a soft, clean surface as shown.

    • Using the Metal Spudger, remove the two rubber grips on the bottom face of the laptop, located closest to the hinge.

    • The grips may be brittle. Be careful when removing them with the Metal Spudger so as not damage them.

  2. Remove the ten 5mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back plate to the computer. Remove the ten 5mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back plate to the computer. Remove the ten 5mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back plate to the computer.
    • Remove the ten 5mm Phillips #0 screws that secure the back plate to the computer.

  3. Starting on the edge that is opposite the hinge, use the Plastic Opening Tools to pry the back plate away from the computer. Loosen the three non-hinge edges. Leave a Plastic Opening Tool in each corner to ensure that one side does not snap closed before you are done opening the others.
    • Starting on the edge that is opposite the hinge, use the Plastic Opening Tools to pry the back plate away from the computer.

    • Loosen the three non-hinge edges.

    • Leave a Plastic Opening Tool in each corner to ensure that one side does not snap closed before you are done opening the others.

    • DO NOT lift the back plate away from the computer; it is still connected to the motherboard.

  4. To loosen the back plate, lift it slightly and gently pull it away from the hinge. Flip the back plate open towards the power button, but be sure to not pull on the ribbon cable that connects the back plate to the motherboard. Use a Plastic Opening Tool to detach the side of the ribbon cable connected to the computer by prying up gently on the small black lever at the point of attachment.
    • To loosen the back plate, lift it slightly and gently pull it away from the hinge.

    • Flip the back plate open towards the power button, but be sure to not pull on the ribbon cable that connects the back plate to the motherboard.

    • Use a Plastic Opening Tool to detach the side of the ribbon cable connected to the computer by prying up gently on the small black lever at the point of attachment.

  5. Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the battery to the computer. Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the battery to the computer. Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the battery to the computer.
    • Remove the four 3mm Phillips #0 screws connecting the battery to the computer.

  6. Use a Plastic Opening Tool to lift the side of the battery that is closest to the long edge of the computer. As you are pulling the battery away from the computer, unplug it from the side closest to the short edge of the computer. There may be a lot of resistance when unplugging the battery. If there is, try to wiggle the male side of the plug back and forth as you remove it.
    • Use a Plastic Opening Tool to lift the side of the battery that is closest to the long edge of the computer.

    • As you are pulling the battery away from the computer, unplug it from the side closest to the short edge of the computer.

    • There may be a lot of resistance when unplugging the battery. If there is, try to wiggle the male side of the plug back and forth as you remove it.

  7. Use plastic opening tool to pry the front panel away from the screen. First, work across top edge of screen assembly, corner to corner Pry the front panel away from the screen, leaving adjacent edges touching near the hinge of the laptop When separating the screen and front panel, it may be helpful to leave an opening tool in the corners so they do not snap closed
    • Use plastic opening tool to pry the front panel away from the screen. First, work across top edge of screen assembly, corner to corner

    • Pry the front panel away from the screen, leaving adjacent edges touching near the hinge of the laptop

    • When separating the screen and front panel, it may be helpful to leave an opening tool in the corners so they do not snap closed

  8. Using your fingers, or plastic opening tools, remove the tape from the (2) ribbon cables connected by a silicon strip Use plastic opening tools to pry up on the black lever at the point of attachment of each of the (2) ribbon cables to the silicon strip Pull the silicon strip away from the ribbon cables to disconnect it
    • Using your fingers, or plastic opening tools, remove the tape from the (2) ribbon cables connected by a silicon strip

    • Use plastic opening tools to pry up on the black lever at the point of attachment of each of the (2) ribbon cables to the silicon strip

    • Pull the silicon strip away from the ribbon cables to disconnect it

  9. Using your fingers, or plastic opening tools, peel back the tape from the top and bottom of the point of attachment of the remaining wire connecting the screen to the laptop Grip the wire close to the point of attachment while holding back the loosened pieces of tape Firmly pull away from the screen, wiggling the wire back and forth slightly
    • Using your fingers, or plastic opening tools, peel back the tape from the top and bottom of the point of attachment of the remaining wire connecting the screen to the laptop

    • Grip the wire close to the point of attachment while holding back the loosened pieces of tape

    • Firmly pull away from the screen, wiggling the wire back and forth slightly

    • This wire may be stuck firmly to the screen. If so, peel it away carefully with the help of a plastic opening tool

終わりに

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

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This is more of a TOP Lid replacement how-to than the actual lcd and touch panel replacement. many steps not mentioned here at all. MEH

Lane Jasper - 返信

I feel as though this guide was based on false advertising. “This guide will help return your bubbly or malfunctioning screen back to its vibrant glory days “ Sure, by just replacing the screen. I was hoping for a fix for the “bubbles” in between the screen and the glass that this model is so well known for. I well.

Jonathan Smith - 返信

Ditto - looking for how to perhaps remove the glass and reattach w/out air bubbles. Or - which part do I need to replace - minimum, not the whole top half of my laptop. thanks satelite p55w b5112 how to repair air bubbles under screen

mjashley - 返信

Did anyone find out how to remove bubbles? Or just replace the inner screen - I assume the top layer of glass is kept? Only the inner screen gets replaced? Because the bubbles are along the non-black part of the display… I know that the bubble started as 1 tiny smudge from opening it with one hand… now there are multiple bubbles that interfere with operation. At times, the bubble sends a “click” because the screen flashes a zillion times until I restart it - its like having a stuck key except the stuck key is the bubble……

Since it is getting worse, I need to replace the part that has the bubble embedded. I don’t want to buy a new laptop, when its just a screen, and possible a fan (2nd time replacing it - but i run on ssd so it’s not as critical since it does not get hot ).

mjashley - 返信

do you know wich is the part number for the screen?

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