In this guide I explain how to remove and replace LCD screen on a HP Pavilion g6 laptop.
All disassembly steps should be similar for all models in the Pavilion g6 line.
If you are looking for the laptop base disassembly, please check out my previous HP Pavilion g6 base disassembly guide.
Before you start, make sure the laptop is turned off and battery removed.
Lift up the screw cover from the lower left corner of the LCD screen bezel.
Remove the screw located under the cover.
Do the same with the lower right corner of the screen.
Insert your fingers between the screen bezel and screen somewhere in the middle.
Carefully separate the bezel from the screen by wiggling the bezel.
There are hidden plastic latches securing the bezel to the LCD screen cover.
Continue separating the bezel on both sides of the display assembly.
When the upper side of the bezel separated from the display cover, move to the lower part.
The screen bezel has been removed.
Remove two screws (top left and right) securing the screen to the display cover.
Loosen (do not remove completely) four screws on the bottom of the screen.
Now you should be able to separate the screen from the cover and access two screws on the right side of the screen.
Remove both screws.
Remove two more screws on the left side of the screen.
Carefully separate the LCD screen from the display cover and place it on the keyboard.
Now you can access the video cable on the back of the screen.
Remove clear sticky tape securing the video cable connection.
Unplug video cable connector from the screen.
Remove and replace the screen with a new one.
HP Pavilion g6 laptop has LED-backlit LCD screen installed. You can search for a new replacement LED screen here. These screens are cheap and you should be able to find one for $50-70.