Item: LCD Panel Screen
Size: 15.4 Inches
Resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels
Aspect ratio: WXGA+ Wide Screen, 16:10
Screen Type: TFT Active Matrix Glossy Screen
Backlight Type: 1 CCFL
Data connector: 30 Pins
Status: New, Grade A+
Packing: Antistatic bag and box.
Warranty: 12 months.
Note: Please make sure your original LCD screen matchesours in Size, Resolution, Backlight Type, Data connector,connector,location (right or left) before buying.
How to Replace Laptop Screen Step by Step?
Step1: Turn off the computer, unplug the power cord from the wall and remove the battery. Remove The LCD cover panel by removing the rubber plugs that cover the screws lining the outside of the laptop LCD screen.
Note: Remove the screws carefully with the required tool.
Step2: Place the screws on a piece of duct tape in the same order you remove them; this way you don't lose the screws. Using the small flathead screwdriver as a spreading tool, start at the lower left or right corner of the LCD screen case and gently spread the back of the LCD screen away from the back panel. Work the flathead screwdriver around the outsides. The front cover will then separate from the screen.
Tips: Carefully remove any tape holding wires in place on the back LCD panel. Have a notepad handy and make note of where and why each piece of tape is where it is. Only remove what you need to in order to get the LCD screen out. Keep the tape so you can replace it later.
Step3: Take out the four or six recessed screws along the sides of the LCD.Take out the different connectors as you get them. Use the small flathead screwdriver or tweezers to get the connectors loose.Compare the new replacement display to the old one by the make and model of your Dell laptop. Carefully compare the old LCD to the new to be sure that they match. Check that the connectors are in the same place and match.
Step4: Install the new LCD by reversing the process of removing the old one. Try to handle the LCD by the edges to avoid touching the face of the screen. Be certain the LCD is replaced the same way you removed it.
Step5: Restore connectors and tape where you can. If you need to add some tape. Take care that all wires are secured in place. You want to avoid pinch damage to any wires when you replace the cover.Reinstate the cover the way you took it off.
Step6: Examine the edges to confirm that there are no wires sticking out and all openings are closed.Put the screws, plugs and tape back to return the LCD to its original state.Reinsert the battery into your laptop, plug in the power and turn it on to complete the process.
Important Note: This listing is for a brand new Laptop LCD Screen in accordance with ISO 13406-2 norms. Please note the part number and brand compatibility information in the product listing in order to pick the best replacement for your broken screen
12 months warranty
Within the product warranty period we guarantee the fit and performance of this LCD Screen Panel. If there is ever any problem we will replace it at no cost to you.
Please make sure your original LCD screen matches in Size, Resolution, Backlight Type, and Data Connector before buying.