One quick warning. be careful, Where the flat video ribbon attaches to the screen is delicate. Make sure You examine the old setup carefully before unhooking. Most of them will have a clear tape that locks the cable. Be sure to use something larger over the old one as they do not always stick real good after being disconnected. The LCD is a little sturdier than the LED connectors.
When dealing with laptops extreme patience is a virtue. Even after working for many years in computer repair and in a Authorized Service provider for two brands of computers and changing many different parts, Motherboards, Screens etc. I still preferred to be slow and look before doing. Many of the connectors in laptops are easily damaged.
It can be done. What works pretty good for a tool set is a small flat screwdriver, Small set of Crosspoint AKA Phillips head screwdrivers, Single edge razor to help lift the edge of any tape holding connectors together and a Large Tweezers.
I used to have a set of small Snap-On screwdrivers that were a good size and durable.
Edited by rotor123, 07 April 2014 - 12:43 PM.