First of all, I turn the laptop inside out and go from the place where the battery is removed for the first time.
Because there is a knob on the battery itself, you can easily remove it by pulling it out while sliding the knob.
From here, we will start the process of removing the LIQUID panel.
The frame of the liquid crystal is fixed with six screws in all, and it is fixed with the upper four and the bottom two.
Because the lower side is visible, it can be removed easily, but the upper side is hidden by rubber, so it peels off with tweezers.
I think that it is understood that there is a connector in the upper right part though it is put to the state in which it lays on the keyboard.
If you peel off the transparent tape and slide the connector, you can remove only the LCD panel.
Because black and thin rubber is attached around the removed panel, it is transplanted to the panel to be newly installed.
This part is not a problem for the time being without transplanting, but please transplant if it becomes likely to become a gap of the liquid crystal panel slightly.