Introduction

This guide is for removing the ThinkPad X100e's LCD display and replacing it with a new one.

  • Use a Spudger tool to remove the screw covers on each side of the screen.

  • Be sure not to lose screw covers.

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Using a magnetic screwdriver fit with a PH0 Bit, unscrew the two screws and carefully set the aside.
  • Using a magnetic screwdriver fit with a PH0 Bit, unscrew the two screws and carefully set the aside.

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  • Pry open the bezel carefully with the spudger tool.

  • You will want to do this until the frame is completely off.

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  • Remove all exposed screws and carefully set them aside. There should be 6 visible screws.

  • Be sure to set the screws aside on the magnetic mat.

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  • Lift the screen up carefully, and remove the screws on both sides of the panel. There should be 4 screws.

  • The other two screws are located in the exact place on the other side.

  • Don't forget to place the screws on the magnetic mat, separate from other screws.

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  • Remove the connector located at the very top of the screen beside the webcam.

  • To remove the connector, simply pull the connector out.

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  • Fold the panel over until a strip of black tape is visible.

  • Peel the tape down until you get to the base.

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  • Peel the piece of transparent tape back.

  • At this point there should be some exposed wires underneath the tape.

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  • Remove the connector carefully with the spudger tool.

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  • Remove the black tape fully.

  • Now your device is ready for a new panel.

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Conclusion

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

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