Asus Zenbook UX31, UX31A and/or UX31E screen replacement
Asus Zenbook UX31, UX31A and UX31E screens can be quite difficult to replace as they are paper thin and are prone to cracking during the replacement process. For this reason, a number of the replacement screens we stock for the Asus Zenbook come complete with a whole new lid, meaning you needn't worry about carrying out a complex replacement or, about breaking your new screen in the process. To make life even easier, below we've provided links to all the replacement screens, (complete with a replacement lid,) that we stock.
Perhaps, though, you'd rather replace your screen yourself. Below, you'll find instructions on how best to replace your Asus Zenbook UX31, UX31A or UX31E screen, along with links to the relevant replacement screens for purchase on our site.
How to replace an Asus Zenbook screenA guide
Firstly, remove the hinge and the various covers at the bottom of the screen. Next, remove the front bezel on your Asus Zenbook UX31, UX31A and/or UX31E. To do this, you’ll need to apply heat (due to the strength of the adhesive used,) whilst gently prising the bezel off, (taking care not to break it in the process,) with a credit or debit card. Once you have removed the front bezel, you'll see that the cables holding the screen in place run underneath a plastic backing. This backing, (like the bezel before it,) is secured with strong adhesive and you'll need to use heat (and gentle force,) to prise the backing off. Once you have done this, you should find four screws. Carefully remove these and set them aside safely. You should now be in a position to remove your damaged Asus Zenbook screen. To fit the replacement, simply complete the above instructions in reverse.
Screens we stock
Still struggling? This video, (for the Asus Zenbook UX32,) demonstrates how to remove and replace an Asus Zenbook lid and, how to change the screen inside the lid.
*Disclaimer: As with any repair you choose to undertake, Laptop-LCD-Screen.co.uk cannot be held responsible for any damage caused to your device during the replacement/repair process. If you feel anxious or unsure about completing this repair yourself, it is best to err on the side of caution.