Replacing a Toshiba Satellite L755D screen
There's no need to worry when you break your Toshiba Satellite L755D screen. Rather than paying for costly repairs, (or purchasing a new machine,) you can easily replace your damaged display yourself. The simple, step by step instructions below will help guide you through the entire screen replacement process.
How to replace a Toshiba Satellite L755D screen
Before beginning your repair, unplug your machine, rmeove the battery and ensure that all external devices, (eg, speakers and or memory sticks,) are disconnected. Next, prise the aesthetic covers, (located in each corner of the front bezel,) away from the machine. Then, remove each of the screws hidden underneath the aesthetic covers and, set them aside safely.
Use a flat edged implement, ( a debit card or razor,) or your fingers to ease the front bezel away from the rest of the screen casing. Work your way around each edge of the broken display, prising the front bezel away form the machine.
Remove the screws, (four in total,) from the bottom of the broken Toshiba Satellite L755D screen.
Take hold off the top of the broken screen and carefully pull it towards you. At the top, (and back,) of the screen, you should see a thin cable running towards the web camera. Disconnect this cable.
Lay the broken screen, face down, on the laptop keyboard. On the back of the screen, you should see a thick cable attached to a gold connector. Disconnect this cable, (peeling back any strips of adhesive used to hold it in place, if necessary.)
Remove the screws, (four in total; two on each side,) from each side of the broken screen. Next,lift the damaged display away from your laptop an, set it aside. To fit your replacement Toshiba Satellite L755D screen, follow the instructions, (as outlined above,) in reverse order.
Replacement Toshiba Satellite L755D screens
*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.