I broke one too. And even if you think you did it correctly, you’ll not be able to see where you might have gone too far. You would think it’s very protected behind that metal plate, but no. Take special care with this offence to “right to repair” This should have been designed WAY better. I mean replacing a hardrive that is very likely to fail over the course of time, or even a simple desire to upgrade to an ssd!.
Probably what I just commented below
PLEASE NOTE !!!
DO NOT PUSH THE CARDS IN MORE THAN 1CM!!!! IT WILL DAMAGE THE FRAGILE RIBBONS FOR THE LCD.
I did just that, and found my way to the many threads with this issue.
all of which, including myself, needs to cough up $500 for a replacement lcd assembly.