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Dell Inspiron 1750 Screen Replacement

Replacing a Dell Inspiron 1750 screen 

Did you know that you could save time and money by replacing your broken Dell Inspiron screen yourself? We receive hundreds of testimonials from happy customers! To begin your repair, scroll down to the instructions below.  

How to replace a Dell Inspiron 1750 screen 

Step one 

Before you do anything else, unplug your laptop and remove the battery. You should also check to make sure that you have disconnected any external devices, (eg. memory sticks and/or speakers) attched to your laptop. Next, use your fingers or a flat edged implement to prise off the front bezel. Carefully work your way around each edge of the front bezel, easing it away from the broken screen. When you are convinced that you have sufficiently loosened the front bezel, remove it from the laptop and, set it aside.

Step two 

You should see a number of screws, (eight in total,) holding the exposed Dell Inspiron 1750 screen in place. Remove the screws at the top of the  display and, loosen the screws at the bottom. 

Step three

Take hold of the top of the broken screen, pulling it slightly towards you. Unscrew the screws on each side of the screen, (four in total; two on each side.)  Next, pull the screen  towards you and lay it to rest, face down on the keyboard in front. . On the back of the screen, (at the bottom,) you should see  a thick cable attached to a golden connector. Disconnect this cable by pulling it free from its connector, (and by peeling back any stips of tape, if necessary.) 

Step four 

Remove the broken screen from your laptop. To complete your repair, (and fit your  replacement Dell Inspiron 1750 screen,) simply complete the instructions, (as outlined above,) in reverse. 

Replacement Dell Inspiron 1750 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.

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