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Be careful when removing adhesive from the back of the reused display. There’s black film beneath the adhesive which can tear and pull up itself.
I labeled mine with label printer labels prior to disconnection. The label/tabs made reinstalling easier as I held onto the label/tabs while pressing down on the connectors. Much easier than holding onto the physical wires.
Great technique. I plugged a cable into every port before tightening logic board screws.
I labeled mine with label printer labels prior to disconnection.
As seen in the photo this clip clearly has a pull tab. Forget the spudger and just open the clip with the pull tab.
The photo you added is of the wrong side of the power cable connector? Please add a photo of the rear facing side so the clip mechanism so disconnection can be clearly understood.
Doing this with spudger on right and thumbnail on left seemed easier and safer.
Accomplished with spudger on top and thumbnail on bottom. Otherwise couldn’t rock it loose.
I used the CR-V 4.0 standard screwdriver head to help peel away the adhesive lining. My fingers were too big to grab it, and my fingernails too short to get the removal started. This 4 screw head worked perfectly.
As seen in photo:
bottom cable pulls up
top cable cable pulls right, after safety clip opened