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Removing Screen for MBP


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Hello Mac Forum goers,

I'm removing my screen to remove my LCD (which is broken). I've removed every screw and the keyboard part, but I'm stuck as to what to do next.

Here is a picture with red circles around my problem areas.



How do I remove the cord strip attached to the computer (lowest circle). Do i unscrew the screws circled at the top?

Thank you, help is much appreciated.
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