Joel M. Sciamma wrote:
>Actually if you have gone that far, removing the screen is very easy.
>Undo the 3 gold screws across the top of the screen and the 2 tiny
>countersunk ones in the battery bay and that's it. The plastic clip that
>holds the motherboard in also traps the screen assembly, which comes out as
>a rigid unit.
>Remember to put the port cover back in before replacing the screen!
>Let us know how you get on.
Thanks for the info, I didn't realize I was that close to removing the
screen. I was feeling my way through my first time inside 2 Newt's and
didn't want to push my luck. ;-) I might be going in again in a day or
two to have a peek and see if I find anything to relate.
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