Ana içeriğe geç

Eşyalarını Tamir Et

Onarma Hakkı

Mağaza

Giriş

Use this guide to replace the display panel inside an HP Envy 17t-k000 series laptop.

A broken screen severely hinders the usefulness of a laptop. The symptoms of display damage range from a few nonfunctional pixels to visible cracks or even deformation in the display. This series of HP laptops features a display panel located behind a plastic or glass sheet. If the display damage is localized to the display panel, then replacing this part should restore the screen to working order.

As with all guides that involve disassembling a computer, it is recommended to first backup all important data stored on the laptop if possible. Additionally, since the sensitive internal electronics will be exposed during the repair, be sure to take the necessary Electrostatic Discharge precautions.

Although this guide should be applicable to the entire 17t-k000 family of HP laptops, note that your laptop may differ from the exact model pictured in the steps.

  1. If the screen is cracked or otherwise severely damaged, apply painter's tape (or a light adhesive tape) over the screen to protect yourself and the laptop. If the screen is cracked or otherwise severely damaged, apply painter's tape (or a light adhesive tape) over the screen to protect yourself and the laptop.
    • If the screen is cracked or otherwise severely damaged, apply painter's tape (or a light adhesive tape) over the screen to protect yourself and the laptop.

  2. Make sure that the laptop is completely powered off.  The power light should remain off.
    • Make sure that the laptop is completely powered off. The power light should remain off.

    • Disconnect all cables and external devices from the laptop.

  3. Close the laptop and flip it over. Close the laptop and flip it over.
    • Close the laptop and flip it over.

  4. Slide the battery release latches toward the center of the laptop. Remove the battery. Remove the battery.
    • Slide the battery release latches toward the center of the laptop.

    • Remove the battery.

  5. Remove the rubber feet on each corner cover with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool. Remove the rubber feet on each corner cover with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool.
    • Remove the rubber feet on each corner cover with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool.

  6. Remove the following screws from the back case and corner covers: Eighteen 6 mm Phillips #0 screws Two 7 mm Phillips #0 screws
    • Remove the following screws from the back case and corner covers:

    • Eighteen 6 mm Phillips #0 screws

    • Two 7 mm Phillips #0 screws

    • If you do not have a magnet that can lift the screws out, you may have to turn the laptop over until each screw drops into your hand.

    • Do not proceed unless all the screws are out! You can severely damage your keyboard in the following steps if you still have a screw in place.

  7. Lift the corner covers out with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool. Lift the corner covers out with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool. Lift the corner covers out with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool.
    • Lift the corner covers out with a plastic spudger or plastic opening tool.

  8. Remove the optical drive cover with a spudger or plastic opening tool. Remove the two 2 mm Phillips #00 optical drive screws. Remove the two 2 mm Phillips #00 optical drive screws.
    • Remove the optical drive cover with a spudger or plastic opening tool.

    • Remove the two 2 mm Phillips #00 optical drive screws.

  9. Turn the laptop over and open the lid. Turn the laptop over and open the lid.
    • Turn the laptop over and open the lid.

  10. Begin prying up the keyboard at a front corner of the laptop with a plastic opening tool. Continue prying up the keyboard, working your way toward the other front corner and then along the sides. Don't lift the keyboard out yet when it separates from the frame.  It still has cables attached on its underside!
    • Begin prying up the keyboard at a front corner of the laptop with a plastic opening tool.

    • Continue prying up the keyboard, working your way toward the other front corner and then along the sides.

    • Don't lift the keyboard out yet when it separates from the frame. It still has cables attached on its underside!

    • It is normal to hear loud pops and clicks at this step.

  11. Disconnect the four ribbon cables that come from the underside of the keyboard. To release each ribbon cable,  gently pry up the retention clamp with a fingernail or plastic spudger to a 90 degree angle.  Then, pull the cable out. Double-check that all cables connecting the keyboard to the base of the laptop have been completely disconnected before removing the keyboard.
    • Disconnect the four ribbon cables that come from the underside of the keyboard.

    • To release each ribbon cable, gently pry up the retention clamp with a fingernail or plastic spudger to a 90 degree angle. Then, pull the cable out.

    • Double-check that all cables connecting the keyboard to the base of the laptop have been completely disconnected before removing the keyboard.

    • Lift the keyboard up and set it to the side.

  12. Turn the laptop so that it rests on the top cover.
    • Turn the laptop so that it rests on the top cover.

    • This prevents the laptop from falling over when you are not holding it.

  13. Starting at a corner, pry up the screen with a plastic pry tool. Continue around the screen until the screen has completely separated from the top cover.
    • Starting at a corner, pry up the screen with a plastic pry tool.

    • Continue around the screen until the screen has completely separated from the top cover.

    • Don't insert the tool more than necessary along the top of the screen, or you may damage a small circuit board located in that area.

    • Don't lift the screen away from the computer yet. There are still cables connected!

    • It is normal to hear some loud pops and clicks at this step.

  14. Open the laptop to its full extension.
    • Open the laptop to its full extension.

    • Do not force the laptop open farther than it can with minimal force. This can damage the screen, hinges, and internal components!

  15. Release the primary display ribbon cable by gently prying up the retention clamp to a 90 degree angle. Pull out the smaller sliding connector next to it. Be gentle when handling the display cable, and be sure to pull the connectors straight out of their sockets.
    • Release the primary display ribbon cable by gently prying up the retention clamp to a 90 degree angle.

    • Pull out the smaller sliding connector next to it.

    • Be gentle when handling the display cable, and be sure to pull the connectors straight out of their sockets.

  16. Gently pry the hinges away from the bottom mount. It is normal to hear two loud clicks as these come away. It is normal to hear two loud clicks as these come away.
    • Gently pry the hinges away from the bottom mount.

    • It is normal to hear two loud clicks as these come away.

  17. Gently lift the screen, bezel, and backlight panel out by the hinges. Set them down so that the internal components face up.
    • Gently lift the screen, bezel, and backlight panel out by the hinges.

    • Set them down so that the internal components face up.

  18. Carefully peel up the tape securing the connector on the back of the display panel. Remove the connector from its socket by carefully pulling straight back on the tape. If the flat part of the cable is stuck to the display panel, slowly pull it up to break the adhesive.
    • Carefully peel up the tape securing the connector on the back of the display panel.

    • Remove the connector from its socket by carefully pulling straight back on the tape.

    • If the flat part of the cable is stuck to the display panel, slowly pull it up to break the adhesive.

  19. Follow the display cable back toward the hinge cover, carefully pulling it up from the routing channel as you go. Don't pull hard on the cable.  If you have trouble getting it to come out of the channel, try pulling or even pushing from a different angle. Don't pull hard on the cable.  If you have trouble getting it to come out of the channel, try pulling or even pushing from a different angle.
    • Follow the display cable back toward the hinge cover, carefully pulling it up from the routing channel as you go.

    • Don't pull hard on the cable. If you have trouble getting it to come out of the channel, try pulling or even pushing from a different angle.

  20. Lift the display cable up and fold it out of the way.
    • Lift the display cable up and fold it out of the way.

    • If part of the cable is stuck to the display panel, slowly pull up on it to release the adhesive.

    • Be careful not to dislodge the circuit board next to the display panel while moving the display cable.

    • During reassembly, make sure that the small circuit board at the top of the display is properly seated on its two plastic pins.

  21. Remove the six 3 mm Phillips #00 screws from the backlight frame. Remove the six 3 mm Phillips #00 screws from the backlight frame.
    • Remove the six 3 mm Phillips #00 screws from the backlight frame.

  22. Lift the backlight panel out and replace it. Lift the backlight panel out and replace it.
    • Lift the backlight panel out and replace it.

Sonuç

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Bir başkası bu kılavuzu tamamladı.

0 Yorum

Yorum Ekle

İstatistikleri Görüntüle:

Son 24 Saat: 0

Son 7 gün: 1

Son 30 gün: 29

Her zaman: 397