The 2-in-1 touchscreen display can become unresponsive or cracked due to it being used often. If the display gets damaged or becomes unresponsive, and you determine it is not a power issue, the guide shows how to replace the entire display.
Using the JIS #0 Screwdriver, unscrew the ten 10 mm screws that hold the back casing in place
Insert the flat edge of the opening tool in between the back casing to remove the back casing.
Using the JIS #0 Screwdriver, remove the five 3.0 mm screws that hold down the hard drive casing.
Lift the hard drive up and remove the power supply cable connected to it.
Disconnect the white and black wires attached to the Wi-Fi chip.
Remove the two adapters connecting the display to the motherboard by pulling the black plastic straps directly upwards.
Use the JIS #0 screwdriver to remove the five 5.0 mm screws connecting the display to the rest of the laptop.