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Is it Difficult to Replace a Samsung Laptop Screen?

Is it easy to replace a Samsung laptop screen?

Samsung laptop screens are incredibly fragile and, they are often prone to damage. Unfortunately, there is no cure for a damaged screen. Contrary to popular belief, however, laptop screen replacement requires very little technical expertise. Below, you'll find detailed instructions that will help guide you through the Samsung laptop screen replacement process.

How to replace a Samsung screen 

Step one 

Before beginning your repair, unplug your laptop and remove the battery. Once you’ve done that, use a small screwdriver to remove the screws from the front bezel, (the plastics that surround the laptop screen.) Note: from time to time, for aesthetic purposes, the screws that hold the front bezel in place are hidden by plastic covers. Make sure you have removed all of the screws holding the surrounding plastics in place before continuing. 

Step two

Once you are sure you have removed all the screws, gently remove the front bezel, (taking care not to damage it in the process.) Next, remove the screws holding the broken Samsung screen in place. (You should find these screws at the bottom and, to the right and left of the metal holding frame.)

Step three 

Once all the screws have been removed, gently pull the broken Samsung screen towards you. (Remember to take care: some cables will still be attached to the back.) Remove the data and backlight plugs, (the visible cables,) from the back of the damaged screen. You should now be in a position to remove the damaged Samsung screen from the body of the laptop. To fit your newly bought replacement, simply perform the above instructions in reverse.

Further help and advice 

All of the Samsung laptop screens we stock 

  • Replacement screens for, (among others,) the Samsung Np NC10, Np N130, NX60, RA02UK and GT8000


*Disclaimer: As with any repair you choose to undertake, 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.

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