If you have a laptop you’ll realise how frustrating it can be when a problem arises. And this can be further exacerbated when the problem is put down to a faulty or broken part. One of the parts in a laptop which is susceptible to damage and hence will likely need to be replaced more often than other parts is the laptop screen. In order to fix a damaged laptop screen it is advisable to search online for a laptop specialist to supply the new part.
All makes and model of laptops are accounted for when it comes to replacement screens. The dedicated laptop screen supplier will be able to provide Asus, Fujitsu, Dell, Sony and Samsung parts, so whichever laptop you have, by performing an online search, the precise part you need is able to be located quite easily.
Although you may first baulk at replacing a laptop screen yourself it is worth having a look through the replacement instructions found online. It’s easy to see from these that replacing a laptop screen shouldn’t cause too many problems for the DIY enthusiast. Parts are quite simple to fit yourself. By buying direct from a bulk buyer of screens and by fitting the screen yourself you’ll be able to save £££s and know that the replacement part you are fitting is up to the standards recommended by laptop manufacturers.
If you are unsure which LCD screen will fit your laptop, the search facility found on most reputable websites is there to help. The supplier is also on hand to offer further assistance, while the part number can be used to determine this too.
With the exception of Dell laptops, getting the screen part number for the majority of models will require you to remove the broken screen from the unit. This is due to the fact the number is located on the back of the panel hidden by the laptop casing. When this is removed you can then locate the product much more easily. The screen is usually really easy to remove with only the screen bezel and a few screws to remove to allow access to the screen.
When the replacement panel arrives all that’s left to do is fix it in place using the fittings supplied with your original screen. The delivery times for laptop screen orders are also very fast so you won’t need to worry about waiting too long before it is delivered.
John Jacobs is a home computer expert. He wrote this article on laptop screens on behalf of www.accupart.co.uk.