How to replace screen on HP ENVY 15-3033cl

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HP ENVY 15 screen replacement



In the following guide I will show how to remove and replace failed LCD screen on HP ENVY 15 laptop.

In this particular case I will disassemble HP ENVY 15-3033cl with a glass bezel.

First of all, make sure the computer is turned off.

We are going to disassemble the display assembly and touch the display cable.

It’s a very good idea (strongly recommended) to disconnect the battery even though it takes a few extra steps.

STEP 1.

Unlock and remove the battery cover.

Remove battery cover

STEP 2.

The battery secured to the case by three screws.

These screws located under sticky screw covers.

Remove screws from battery

STEP 3.

You can remove the battery screw cover using a sharp object.

I’m not sure why HP covered battery screws.

Remove all three battery screws.

Screw covers

STEP 4.

Lift up and remove the battery.

Remove notebook battery

STEP 5.

Now you can start separating the glass bezel from the display assembly using a guitar pick (or any other piece of plastic).

Insert the guitar pick between the bezel and back cover and slowly move along the side of the display.

You’ll have to unlock hidden latches.

Start separating display glass

STEP 6.

Continue separating the bezel from the display.

Continue removing display glass

STEP 7.

On the bottom side of the display assembly the bezel secured to the cover by a few screws.

Front glass screw covers

STEP 8.

In order to access the screws you’ll have to remove the cover.

Screw cover

STEP 9.

Using a sharp object remove the cover and after that remove two screws from the left side of the display assembly.

Do the same for the right side of the display assembly.

Remove screw cover

STEP 10.

I was going to remove the glass bezel but noticed that something is holding it on the bottom.

Before you remove the bezel completely it’s necessary to remove both hinge covers.

Separate screen cover from display

STEP 11.

Close the display assembly and carefully start separating the hinge cover from the case using a small screwdriver.

Start removing hinge cover

STEP 12.

Remove both hinge covers.

Remove hinge cover

STEP 13.

On the following picture you can see both hinge covers removed.

Both hinge covers removed

STEP 14.

Now you can remove the screen bezel/cover completely.

Remove screen cover

STEP 15.

Remove four screws securing the LCD screen to the display back cover.

Remove screws from screen

STEP 16.

Carefully separate the LCD from the display and place it the front side down on the keyboard.

Separate screen from display cover

STEP 17.

Now you can access the display cable connector on the back.

Access display cable connector

STEP 18.

Remove clear tape securing the connection and unplug the display cable from the LCD.

Unplug display cable from screen

STEP 19.

Remove the damaged/failed LCD and replace it with a new one.

Assemble the notebook following all steps in the reverse order.

Remove notebook screen

STEP 20.

You can search for a new replacement screen using the model part number from the original screen.

In my HP ENVY 15 laptop I had this LCD installed: LP156WF4 (SL)(B2).

Find replacement screen





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5 Responses

  1. Indraneel

    Hello, thanks for the informative article! I have an Hp Envy 15 and the display cable connector is damaged, any clue where I can buy one?

    Thanks a lot, keep up the good work.

  2. that’s a great job.. How about replacing only the front glass for hp envy m6-n012dx ?

  3. IML Tech

    @ Gerald,

    How about replacing only the front glass for hp envy m6-n012dx ?

    This will be a tough one. Is it a touchscreen model and the front glass glued to the display cover?
    I assume it has to be removed the same way as on MacBook Pro.

  4. Hello, can you do a tutorial on how to take apart and clean the HP ENVY 6 Notebook PC? I’m having a lot of overheating issues with it and I don’t even know where to begin with how to take it apart. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  5. Mongi

    Nice, thank you! How about replacing the whole screen system? My hp screen (plus casing) got damaged and I would like not only to replace the LCD screen but everything on the display side.