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Is your screen cracked or smashed? Will it not turn on? Well you are in luck, if you follow our steps on how to disassembly the screen off the HP-Omen computer and reassembly the screen back on. This guides difficulty is moderate and contains 9 total steps that will take you approximately 20-40 minutes to complete it. This guide will also require the pre-requeste of removing the back cover and the battery. You will need only two tools for this repair guide, a Philips #00 screw-driver and a plastic opening tool.

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  1. The rear panel is secured by 10 screws. Using  a  #00 Phillips Screwdriver,  remove the ten 1.2 mm screws. The screwdriver should be inserted at the same angle as the screws.
    • The rear panel is secured by 10 screws. Using a #00 Phillips Screwdriver, remove the ten 1.2 mm screws.

    • The screwdriver should be inserted at the same angle as the screws.

    • Be sure to keep track of the screws and where they came from. Some only fit in to one spot.

  2. Insert a plastic opening  tool between the rear panel and the top case. Pry the opening tool upwards to separate the top case from the bottom case. Slide the opening tool along the case perimeter to loosen the bottom case.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool between the rear panel and the top case. Pry the opening tool upwards to separate the top case from the bottom case.

    • Slide the opening tool along the case perimeter to loosen the bottom case.

    • Gently pull the bottom case away from the laptop.

  3. Remove the four 1.2 mm Phillips #00 screws around the battery. Remove the four 1.2 mm Phillips #00 screws around the battery.
    • Remove the four 1.2 mm Phillips #00 screws around the battery.

  4. Pull the battery cable out from its motherboard socket. Pull parallel to the motherboard, not straight up.
    • Pull the battery cable out from its motherboard socket.

    • Pull parallel to the motherboard, not straight up.

    • Remove the battery.

    • Disconnect the power cord from the battery and transfer it to your replacement battery.

  5. Unscrew the six 1.2 mm screws connecting the screen to the body using the #00 Phillips screwdriver head. Be cautious of where the screws come out from, some will only fit in the same location.
    • Unscrew the six 1.2 mm screws connecting the screen to the body using the #00 Phillips screwdriver head.

    • Be cautious of where the screws come out from, some will only fit in the same location.

  6. Remove the tape holding the wires down Disconnect the wires from the wifi chip When removing the wires from the wifi chip, be careful to not damage the connectors.
    • Remove the tape holding the wires down

    • Disconnect the wires from the wifi chip

    • When removing the wires from the wifi chip, be careful to not damage the connectors.

  7. Flip the switch up that holds the screen cable in place Lift up and pull back the cable from the insert Lift up and pull back the cable from the insert
    • Flip the switch up that holds the screen cable in place

    • Lift up and pull back the cable from the insert

  8. Lift the base of the device up to separate the hinges from the body of the device Lift the base of the device up to separate the hinges from the body of the device
    • Lift the base of the device up to separate the hinges from the body of the device

  9. Slide the base of the device out from under the hinges
    • Slide the base of the device out from under the hinges

    • The screen can now be replaced

Abschluss

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

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