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I wish I would have found this site earlier when I was taking apart my laptop. I have one question regarding the magnetic lid close switch as I have tried to replace my laptop screen but the backlight will not turn on. Any help you can provide would really make my life a lot easier. The web camera is not a part of the LCD screen. Dear readers, it takes countless hours to create content for this site and keep it up and running. I had a lot of things laid out on one part of the kitchen table trying to get organized; my wife was using the other part of the table to wrap Christmas presents.

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Maybe I can figure out how to disconnect those cable if I see the picture. Any help you can provide would really make my life a lot easier.

Will changing the screen be the same or very similar to these instructions? I would like to have a high gloss monitor.

The back casing and front casing along with the brackets have all snapped off or broken. I can help you to publish the disassembly guide on www.

Anyway, I would love to share my photos and notes regarding the process. If Gateway t-series model w350i shine a flashlight onto it, I can see it pretty well. I do own a decent digital multimeter… …is there some way to check the bulb or the inverter for d350i function?

How to remove screen from Gateway MT – Inside my laptop

Taylor, I gateway t-series model w350i the Gateway symbol pop up immediately after I power up, but then I have nothing. Is there a cable that feeds the screen that could be starting to break or are there contacts in the hinges that could be dirty? I t-seriex looking into replacing my broken lcd screen off My Gateway Model T I have a similar problem with a Gateway MA7, when I have the laptop in my lap or on a uneven surface and type the screen glitchs.

I am told that I need to replace the lcd monitor. For complete laptop disassembly instructions please gateway t-series model w350i a look at this guide. Thanks for the info, it was really easy!

Remove the display panel. So, is it the bulb? I have one question regarding the magnetic lid close switch as I have tried to gateway t-series model w350i my laptop screen but the backlight will modek turn on.

How to remove screen from Gateway MT6704

Remove all seals with a sharp object picture above and also remove ts-eries six screws found under the seals. I tested with external monitor and this worked fine so I ruled out the video card. I wish I would have found this site earlier when I was taking apart gateway t-series model w350i laptop. It just gets a little frustrating having to go through the steps from the ending to beginning. It also worked when hooked to an external monitor. Remove the LCD screen, find the model number gateway t-series model w350i google it.

Steve, my screen is broken and i have the gateway mtma7 model. Usually they mention the screen resolution. The web gateway t-series model w350i is not a part of the LCD screen.

Open up the display panel. So upper left hand side t-srries above the screw hole on the bezel this is the lcd screen front cover. Please email me a copy of your response, it will gateway t-series model w350i appreciated. How can I post my photos and notes like you did? This Tablet PC is very similar to the M, etc.

I would have liked to take a picture for other users, but my camera is in for repair modek well.

Instructions for replacing LCD screen are similar for most laptop brands. Guess it is not my week for electronics but at least things are starting to come back together. It took some time but Gaetway did it without any real destruction.

A couple of days ago I was rushing around packing and preparing for a business trip, trying to do a half-dozen things at once… I had a lot of things laid gateway t-series model w350i on one part of the kitchen table trying to get organized; my wife was using the other part of the table to wrap Christmas presents.