Today’s patient was a Lenovo laptop with a broken screen.
First we have to remove the bezel. To remove the bezel we must remove the two screws in the bottom corners. Most screens have screws in all four corners. These screws are typically covered by some type of rubber spacer. Remove the spacer with your fingernail or a small flat-head screwdriver and proceed.
Once the screws are removed, the bezel will easily pop off. It is easier to remove the bezel by pulling the plastic around the inside of the screen. Be gentle, this plastic is very thin.
Once the bezel is off, there are two more screws to be removed in the bottom corners and this will allow the top of the laptop case to come loose so we can get to the back of the screen. Since we are replacing the screen we will need to remove the 6 screws along the edges of the screen.
Put the old screen aside and flip the new one over. Insert the cable and lay the screen over on its back. Before putting everything back together we want to test and make sure we have a fully working screen and a good connection on the cable.