Dell Latitude E6440 LCD Screen Removal and Installation


In this Dell laptop tutorial we are going to show you how to install and replace the LCD Screen on your Latitude E6440 laptop. These installation instructions have be made into 13 easy to follow printable steps. We have also create a video tutorial that shows you how to install your Latitude E6440 LCD Screen.

Before you begin

Please take the time read the following safety guidelines when working on static sensitive electrical components.
Dell repair manual service precautions

Tools needed for this laptop repair

  • 1 x small phillips head screwdriver
  • 1 x small plastic scribe

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Installation and Removal Instructions
Latitude E6440 LCD Screen

Lift the battery out of the laptop.

Step 1

  • Slide the latches over to unlock the battery.
  • Lift the battery out of the laptop.
Lift the battery out of the laptop.Slide the latches over to unlock the battery.
Loosen the bottom door screws.

Step 2

  • Remove the hard drive screws.(2 x M2.5 x 5mm)
  • Remove the bottom door screws.(2 x M2.5 x 5mm)
  • Remove the access door.
Loosen the bottom door screws.Remove the access door.Remove the hard drive screws.
Remove the right corner cover.

Step 3

  • Remove the screw.(1 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Remove the right corner cover.
Remove the right corner cover.Remove the screw.
Remove the left corner cover.

Step 4

  • Remove the screws.(2 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Remove the left corner cover.
Remove the left corner cover.Remove the screws.
Remove the LCD bracket.

Step 5

  • Remove the screw.(1 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Remove the LCD bracket.
Remove the LCD bracket.Remove the screw.
Unplug and loosen the antenna cables.

Step 6

  • Unplug & loosen the display cables.
  • Unplug and loosen the antenna cables.
Unplug and loosen the antenna cables.Unplug & loosen the display cables.Unplug & loosen the display cables.
Remove the DC jack bracket.

Step 7

  • Remove the screw.(1 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Remove the DC jack bracket.
Remove the DC jack bracket.Remove the screw.
Unplug & remove the DC jack.

Step 8

  • Unplug & remove the DC jack.
Unplug & remove the DC jack.Unplug & remove the DC jack.
Remove the rear hinge cover.

Step 9

  • Remove the screws.(4 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Remove the rear hinge cover.
Remove the rear hinge cover.Remove the screws.
Remove the back hinge screws.

Step 10

  • Remove the bottom hinge screws.(2 x M2.5 x 5mm)
  • Remove the back hinge screws.(2 x M2.5 x 8mm)
  • Open & remove the display assembly.
Remove the back hinge screws.Open & remove the display assembly.Remove the bottom hinge screws.
Unsnap the bezel around the edge of the screen.

Step 11

  • Unsnap the bezel around the edge of the screen.
Lift and turn over the LCD screen.

Step 12

  • Remove the screws.(4 x M2 x 3mm)
  • Lift and turn over the LCD screen.
Lift and turn over the LCD screen.Remove the screws.
Unplug the LCD cable.

Step 13

  • Loosen the tape.
  • Unplug the LCD cable.
Unplug the LCD cable.Loosen the tape.Loosen the tape.

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2 Responses to Dell Latitude E6440 LCD Screen Removal and Installation

  1. Scott Dobrusky

    Thanks for the excellent instructional video! I was replacing a broken LCD screen with a good one from another E6440. Everything went well until the actual screen swap, when I discovered that the LCD cables were different sizes!! I got a good laugh out of it, and good hands-on experience along the way.

    So, I put both machines back together, swapped the hard drives, made the necessary changes to the System Configuration, turned on the “new” machine, and all was well. I guess I was just being greedy, in that the machine with the broken display was a year newer and 3.0 instead of 2.9 GHz.

    Thanks, though. It has been many, many years since I dug into a PC or laptop to this degree.

    Scott

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