There are a few ways to order an LCD screen: laptop model number, screen model, manufacturer’s part number, and [not recommended] by the following advice online on a forum or elsewhere. Like everywhere, there are good ways and bad ways. Fixing things just makes sense. Why replace a piece of expensive laptop or tablet while an inexpensive LCD screen can make it run like new again? We strive to accomplish this mission by providing more parts for more products, simplifying the parts ordering experience, publishing free repair advice from knowledgeable experts, and supporting our customers through the entire repair process. Buy Laptop LCD Screen
You simply check with the manufacturer and get the offers offered with your particular model. Multiple screens from 1366 to full 1080P without any problems. LCDs are common per size and can be found in dozens of different models and manufacturers using the same part number. And make sure the ribbon connector is in place. If you are not sure, please contact us anytime.
1. Ordering by the Laptop Model Number.
Most of the time, knowing the laptop model is enough to order the right part. However, some laptop makers produce laptop models that have the option of a higher resolution, or in some cases, even a slightly different sized screen – the Dell Latitude E5540, or most if all HP’s CTO (custom-to-ready). -order) are not laptops. Example.
Whenever you see an option for a different resolution or a different backlight type of screen, it’s always a good idea to check the LCD screen model number. Higher/lower resolution screens may (and most likely won’t) work properly, and may also damage your computer if you use a resolution screen other than your original.
2. Ordering By the Laptop Screen (LCD) Model Number.
Every screen installed in any laptop has a screen model number on the back of the LCD screen. Without a doubt, this is the best way to order a replacement screen. The model number indicates the size, resolution, and backlight type. The only things you may need to confirm are the location of the connector (for some 15.6″ and 17.3″ HP laptops), and the position of the mounting tabs for some smaller 10.1″ and 11.6″ netbooks.
3 . Ordering by the Manufacturer’s Part Number.
It is very similar to ordering by laptop model number. The part number is usually found by checking online in the owner’s manual or by typing the product or serial number on the manufacturer’s website. Some of our customers have reported that they were able to obtain the part number from the manufacturer.
But if your laptop’s screen was previously replaced or upgraded, the part number on the LCD screen may not be accurate. In addition, we have seen cases where our customers have reported that they have received incorrect information about their machines when they contacted the manufacturer; Especially in cases when the laptop has more than one screen resolution or backlight type option.
4. Ordering by the information Found Online.
There are lots of success stories when our customers were able to upgrade the screen resolution by simply swapping out the screen; But you have to understand that to successfully upgrade LCD screen resolution, more often than not, you need to get a higher capacity cable (a dual-channel versus a single-channel cable; not relevant to the amount of cable) on the cable. Pin); And make sure the video card will be able to handle the higher resolution. We do not recommend that option, and if you decide to attempt the installation nonetheless, you are doing so at your own discretion and risk.
Whenever you are not sure which screen to order, please create a support ticket. If you create a ticket within our normal business hours, you should receive a response within minutes. A full laptop model number or LCD screen model number is required to determine the correct part for you.