In this guide I explain how to replaced LED-backlit LCD screen on Dell Inspiron 1750 laptop.
It’s very easy to disassemble the display panel on a Dell Inspiron 1750 and the entire LCD screen replacement process took me about 30 minutes.
Before you start, make sure the laptop is turned off and battery removed.
The LCD screen bezel secured to the display cover by hidden plastic latches, there are no screws.
Insert your fingers between the bezel and screen somewhere in the webcam area.
Wiggle the screen bezel and separate it from the display cover.
Continue separating the bezel on the top of the display assembly.
Move to the bottom part of the bezel.
Lift up the bezel and separate it from the display cover in the hinge area.
Remove the bezel.
There are eight screws securing the LCD screen to the display cover.
Remove two screws on the top of the display.
Loosen (do not remove completely) six screws on the bottom of the display.
Carefully separate the display cover from the LCD screen just enough to access screws on the side of the screen.
Remove two screws securing the right side of the screen to the hinge bracket.
Remove two more screws on the left side of the screen.
Now you can place the LCD screen face down on the keyboard.
The video cable connector is located on the bottom part of the screen.
Remove sticky tape securing the video cable connection.
Unplug the video cable from the LCD screen.
The LCD screen is ready for the replacement.
New LED-backlit LCD screens for Dell Inpiron 1750 laptops available here.
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