Dell Precision M6600 LCD Back Cover w/ LCD Cable Removal and Installation


In this Dell laptop tutorial we are going to show you how to install and replace the LCD Back Cover w/ LCD Cable on your Precision M6600 laptop. These installation instructions have be made into 23 easy to follow printable steps. We have also create a video tutorial that shows you how to install your Precision M6600 LCD Back Cover w/ LCD Cable.

Before you begin

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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
Precision M6600 LCD Back Cover w/ LCD Cable

Slide the latch over to unlock the battery.

Step 1

  • Slide the latch over to unlock the battery.
  • Lift the Battery out of the laptop.
Slide the latch over to unlock the battery.Lift the Battery out of the laptop.Slide the latch over to unlock the battery.
Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.

Step 2

Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.Slide the Access Door up and lift it off of the laptop.Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.
Remove the 1 - M2.5 x 5mm screw.

Step 3

Remove the 1 - M2.5 x 5mm screw.Slide the Optical Drive out of the laptop.Remove the 1 - M2.5 x 5mm screw.
Remove the 4 - M3 x 5mm primary hard drive screws.

Step 4

  • Remove the 4 - M3 x 5mm primary hard drive screws.
  • Remove the 1 - M2 x 3mm primary hard drive latch screw.
  • Slide the latch down to eject the primary Hard Drive.
Remove the 4 - M3 x 5mm primary hard drive screws.Remove the 1 - M2 x 3mm primary hard drive latch screw.Slide the latch down to eject the primary Hard Drive.Remove the 4 - M3 x 5mm primary hard drive screws.
Remove the 3 - M3 x 3mm secondary hard drive screws.

Step 5

  • Remove the 3 - M3 x 3mm secondary hard drive screws.
  • Slide the secondary Hard Drive down & lift it out of the laptop.
Remove the 3 - M3 x 3mm secondary hard drive screws.Slide the secondary Hard Drive down & lift it out of the laptop.Remove the 3 - M3 x 3mm secondary hard drive screws.
Unplug & loosen the antenna cables.

Step 6

  • Unplug & loosen the antenna cables.
  • You don't have to remove the wireless cards.
Unplug & loosen the antenna cables.You don't have to remove the wireless cards.Unplug & loosen the antenna cables.
Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.

Step 7

Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.Unplug the CPU fan cable.Remove the CPU Cooling Fan.Remove the 2 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.
Remove the 10 - M2.5 x 5mm and the 4 -

Step 8

Remove the 10 - M2.5 x 5mm and the 4 - Remove the 10 - M2.5 x 5mm and the 4 -
Turn the laptop over & open it up.

Step 9

  • Turn the laptop over & open it up.
  • Carefully unsnap the Keyboard Bezel starting at the top of the keyboard.
Turn the laptop over & open it up.Carefully unsnap the Keyboard Bezel starting at the top of the keyboard.Turn the laptop over & open it up.
Remove the 5 - M2 x 3mm keyboard screws.

Step 10

  • Remove the 5 - M2 x 3mm keyboard screws.
  • Carefully lift the keyboard and turn it over.
Remove the 5 - M2 x 3mm keyboard screws.Carefully lift the keyboard and turn it over.
Unplug the keyboard cable.

Step 11

  • Unplug the keyboard cable.
  • Remove the Keyboard.
Unplug the keyboard cable.Remove the Keyboard.
Loosen the 3 captive screws.(These will not be fully removed.)

Step 12

  • Loosen the 3 captive screws.(These will not be fully removed.)
  • Remove the 11 - M2 x 3mm palmrest screws.
Loosen the 3 captive screws.(These will not be fully removed.)Remove the 11 - M2 x 3mm palmrest screws.
Unplug the speaker & volume control cable.

Step 13

  • Unplug the speaker & volume control cable.
  • Unplug the touchpad cable.
Unplug the speaker & volume control cable.Unplug the touchpad cable.
Unplug the bluetooth cable.

Step 14

  • Unplug the bluetooth cable.
  • Unplug the power button cable.
Unplug the bluetooth cable.Unplug the power button cable.
Remove the Palmrest Touchpad.

Step 15

Remove the Palmrest Touchpad.Remove the Palmrest Touchpad.
Loosen the screws.

Step 16

  • Loosen the screws.
  • Unplug & loosen the display cables.
  • Pull the antenna cables through the motherboard.
Loosen the screws.Unplug & loosen the display cables.Pull the antenna cables through the motherboard.
Remove the 3 - M2.5 x 5mm left hinge screws.

Step 17

Remove the 3 - M2.5 x 5mm left hinge screws.Remove the 3 - M2.5 x 5mm right hinge screws.Remove the Display Assembly from the base.
Turn the laptop over and open it up.

Step 18

  • Turn the laptop over and open it up.
  • Carefully unsnap the LCD Bezel working your way around the edge of the screen.
Turn the laptop over and open it up.Carefully unsnap the LCD Bezel working your way around the edge of the screen.
Remove the 4 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.

Step 19

Remove the 4 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.Remove the 4 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.Remove the 4 - M2.5 x 5mm screws.
Remove the 7 - M2 x 3mm screws.

Step 20

Remove the 7 - M2 x 3mm screws.Remove the 7 - M2 x 3mm screws.
Carefully turn the screen over.

Step 21

  • Carefully turn the screen over.
  • Unplug the LCD cable.
  • Remove the LCD Screen.
Carefully turn the screen over.Unplug the LCD cable.Remove the LCD Screen.
Carefully turn the screen over.

Step 22

  • Carefully turn the screen over.
  • Loosen the screw.
  • Unplug the cable.
  • Remove the Camera / Mic.
Carefully turn the screen over.Loosen the screw.Unplug the cable.Remove the Camera / Mic.
The remaining piece is the LCD Back Cover cover with the LCD cable.

Step 23

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