evo n620c lcd display disassembly

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I have a Comaq Evo N620c that the display is bad on. I ordered a replacement LCD display and it has arrived. As this is the first LCD I  have replaced, I am having a hard time with the disassembly. I am close to having it disassembled though. I am down to the LCD panel itself and it appears that the only other part is the black front of the display frame. I removed the screws on the sides of the LCD that hook it to the "frame." But, I am unsure of how the LCD display is secured to the frame on this unit. It appears there is some type of glue or tape but I am afraid to pry it apart without knowing. I can post pictures if you like. Thanks so much.
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You can get a maintenance and service guide from HP here http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/DocumentIndex.jsp?contentType=SupportManual&lang=en&cc=us&docIndexId=64179&taskId=101&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=316682

Just scroll down a bit to the Service and maintenance information section

I haven't checked but it definitely should have a step by step... they all have

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Thanks..I had these manuals..and I had it all disassembled except the very last part. I need to replace just he LCD screen now. See attached files...thanks !
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If you want to replace the LCD all the sticky paper should be removed carefully.
Even if the sticky paper gets torn its okie. The primary purpose of it provide a grip.
So it must be reused back when the new screen is place in position.
After removing the sticky paper look around for more screws which may be there.
Taking off the damaged screen and the mother board finally carefully.

To install you will have to do the reverse process.

Take photo graphs and more importantly >>do some markings<<  of the positions of the layers on the frame and the layers which are stacked in the LCD.  

Good luck.




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good advice.

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