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It will be by the model and serial number of the monitor itself.

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How to replace a defective LCD screen in a Kodak V803 Digital Camera


This tip is for Kodak V803 cameras that will take pictures fine but you can only be able to see them if you download them onto a PC.

A replacement screen can be easily ordered and replaced. Call Eastman Kodak. Their parts department can be reached at (800) 431-7278 ext 3. Tell them the model number of your camera and tell them you want to order a LCD screen for it. The cost of the new screen is $31.00 + $15.00 shipping. Don't let them talk you into sending it back for repair. You are looking at a repair bill over $80.00.

To replace the screen, remove all of the small philips head screws that are in the chrome band that runs around the center ridge of the camera. After removing the screws, you will be able to separate the rear half of the camera from the front half. The LCD screen is pressed into a rubber gasket in the rear half of the camera. You will see that there is a small, flat orange ribbon cable that connects the old LCD screen to a black connector on the camera's motherboard. Using a VERY small flat blade screw driver, pry up the top tab on black connector. This will unlock the connector and allow you to remove the flat ribbon cable from the black connector.

Remember the orientation of the old screen and its cable as you will want to replaced the new screen and cable exactly the way the original was installed. Using the same small flat blade screw driver, pry out the old display. Install the new display into the rubber gasket into the back half of the camera. Insert the ribbon cable into the mother board's black connector and press down on the panel to lock the cable into place.

Lay the rear half of the camera face down on the table (rear buttons facing down) and place the front half of the camera over top of the rear half. This will allow you to put the camera back together and help prevent the new LCD screen from falling back out. The LCD screen has pads attached to the surface behind it. When you reinstall the front half of the camera, those pads help hold the LCD screen in place with pressure from the motherboard.

Replace all of the screws. If you did it correctly, the camera will operate like new. Last word of advice. Buy a padded hard shell case for this camera. These cameras are well known for LCD screen failures due to shocks and drops.

on Jan 25, 2008 | Kodak V803 Digital Camera

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How to replace a cracked screen


Replacing a damaged laptop LCD screen can bring your laptop back to life.

You'll be able to access files you thought were lost and use the laptop just as you did before. And it's not as difficult as you might think.


Turn off the power, unplug the battery and all cables.

Eject the installed battery if you have one.

This will protect you against electric shock.


Find the small, round rubber screw covers and pry them off.

This will expose the small screws holding the LCD screen frame in place.


Depending on your laptop, these covers might be made of some other type of material.

Remove the frame by gently prying.


Locate the LCD screen's cable and power supply cords. Unplug them and remove any tape holding the screen in place.


Check the identify of the manufacturer on the back or side of the screen.

It may be different than your computer's manufacturer.


Since these screens look so similar, make sure you order an LCD screen that matches your manufacturer's model number, or else the new screen will not fit.


Plug in the new LCD screen, replace any tape holding the screen in place and replace the frame.

Don't pinch any wires as you press the frame back into place.


Screw the frame down and switch on the power to see if it works.

If it does, go ahead and replace the screw covers.


If it doesn't, remove the battery, the screws and the frame.

Check your connections.


If it still doesn't work, call your parts supplier and ask for assistance in getting another replacement LCD screen.


Hope this helps

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Nov 06, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Lcd replace


You should the installation instructions with the new lcd screen



Replacing a damaged laptop LCD screen can bring your laptop back to life.

You'll be able to access files you thought were lost and use the laptop just as you did before. And it's not as difficult as you might think.


Turn off the power, unplug the battery and all cables.

Eject the installed battery if you have one.

This will protect you against electric shock.


Find the small, round rubber screw covers and pry them off.

This will expose the small screws holding the LCD screen frame in place.


Depending on your laptop, these covers might be made of some other type of material.

Remove the frame by gently prying.


Locate the LCD screen's cable and power supply cords. Unplug them and remove any tape holding the screen in place.


Check the identify of the manufacturer on the back or side of the screen.

It may be different than your computer's manufacturer.


Since these screens look so similar, make sure you order an LCD screen that matches your manufacturer's model number, or else the new screen will not fit.


Plug in the new LCD screen, replace any tape holding the screen in place and replace the frame.

Don't pinch any wires as you press the frame back into place.


Screw the frame down and switch on the power to see if it works.

If it does, go ahead and replace the screw covers.


If it doesn't, remove the battery, the screws and the frame.

Check your connections.


If it still doesn't work, call your parts supplier and ask for assistance in getting another replacement LCD screen.


Hope this helps


http://www.laptopscreen.com/
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Nov 04, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Screen is non-functional and irreparable


Turn off the power, unplug the battery and all cables.

Eject the installed battery if you have one.

This will protect you against electric shock.


Find the small, round rubber screw covers and pry them off.

This will expose the small screws holding the LCD screen frame in place.


Depending on your laptop, these covers might be made of some other type of material.

Remove the frame by gently prying.


Locate the LCD screen's cable and power supply cords. Unplug them and remove any tape holding the screen in place.


Check the identify of the manufacturer on the back or side of the screen.

It may be different than your computer's manufacturer.


Since these screens look so similar, make sure you order an LCD screen that matches your manufacturer's model number, or else the new screen will not fit.


Plug in the new LCD screen, replace any tape holding the screen in place and replace the frame.

Don't pinch any wires as you press the frame back into place.


Screw the frame down and switch on the power to see if it works.

If it does, go ahead and replace the screw covers.


If it doesn't, remove the battery, the screws and the frame.

Check your connections.


If it still doesn't work, call your parts supplier and ask for assistance in getting another replacement LCD screen.



hope this helps

Sep 17, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How do i fix a black corner on my laptop screen?


You damaged pixels in the LCD screen, Camilia. The answer is No. You have to replace the LCD screen.

[There are statements made, that a warm water damp clean cloth, can be used to gently massage the 'afflicted' area. Ummm, No.
Drip ANY water inside, and Poof! Bye-bye laptop AND LCD screen.

(Yes, even with ALL power removed. To include the CMOS battery inside. { RTC battery } Water droplet/s could still be present when power is reinstalled )

Statements made about gently using a pencil eraser on the area.
Compresses the layers of the panel, and forces oil to move around.
Does NOT always work, and may damage the LCD screen further ]

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834131153

How tough is it? Doesn't take a rocket scientist. (Sorry Gort)
It's like doing an easy puzzle.

Example using an Asus K53U laptop,

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/how-to-replace-screen-on-asus-k53u-laptop/

1) ALL power is removed. Remove the AC adapter, and Battery.

2) Open the laptop. Remove the Screw Covers from the LCD Panel Bezel.
(The thin plastic frame in front of the LCD screen )

Screw Covers may be flat small pieces of plastic, or rubber covers.
Both will have a type of rubber cement on them. They are carefully removed with a pick type of instrument. (I use a computer pick)

They are then, one at a time, lightly stuck to the bezel, so they can be reused later.
Then all Philips head screws under the Screw Covers, are removed.

The LCD Panel Bezel has protrusions formed out of it's plastic body, and they surround the outside edges of the bezel. These are Tabs.
They snap into Latches, formed on the inside edge of the Display Cover.

The method to remove the LCD Panel Bezel, is to use your fingernail on the inside top edge/middle, of the bezel, and flex it slightly up away from the LCD screen. Then move your fingers along under the bezel on each side at the top, and pop the Tabs out of the Latches.

A thick guitar pick does help immensely. Use care when removing, but be aware that the bezel is made of space-age plastic. Snap, snap, snap, when the Tabs are freed from the Latches. Almost sounds like you are breaking something, and is a slightly tense situation for your first time.

Unplug the cable (Wire/s) from the screen Inverter, IF a screen Inverter is used. Usually mounted to an area at the bottom of the LCD screen.

If it does not use a CCFL for a Backlight, and uses LED's for a Backlight, it will not have a screen Inverter.
(Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp)

Average example of a screen Inverter,

https://www.nt-computerservices.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=76_77&products_id=235

(Approximately 3 to 4 inches Long, 1/2 inch Tall )

Lay the bezel aside. The LCD screen has a metal frame around it. Looks like a thin picture frame. On each side of this frame are Brackets. The screws are removed that hold the brackets, to the LCD Screen Frame.

Then the LCD screen can be tilted forward, and Video Cable removed.

The Video Cable's connector on the LCD screen side, has two Locks on each side usually, that you depress in, in order to unlock the video cable connector, and unplug the video cable from the LCD screen.

Reverse steps to reinstall.
Note that on the example for LCD screens, just the manufacturer code number is stated, not the laptop.
Look at the back of the LCD screen you removed, and match up the correct numbers.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Sep 03, 2012 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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Acer red light battery


1) http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-lcd-screen-replace-inverter-board-acer-aspire-5100-laptop/

Yes, I know. Aspire 5100 series of Notebook PC, not the Aspire 5230 series. I am looking at the Service Manual for the Aspire 5230 series right now, and the above link is a good basic pictorial guide.

http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-acer

Drop down to the subheading - Aspire 1200. (1200 in Blue)
Go down to the 6th line, scroll across, and left-click on 5230 in blue.
(Takes few seconds before the first page comes up.
In the PDF file page number box at the top, go to Page 119)

2) If you mess up with the connection of the LCD Panel Cable, to the LCD Panel, (On back), your laptop will not power up.
Those tiny contact pins on that cable's connector, must line up exactly, and be plugged in tightly to the LCD Panel.
Not plugged in tightly? You won't see it visually. You have to physically check.

Also use the old tape that was there, to tape over the connector once installed, on the back of the LCD Panel.
Ripped it all the way off? Oops! Use some new tape. (Not duct tape, scotch tape, or medical tape. Box tape with strands in it)

3) Connector of LCD Panel Cable, connected tightly into motherboard?

4) Screen Inverter wires connected? Connectors are keyed differently from each other, BUT, are they connected correctly?

5) Why was the LCD Panel replaced? Damaged? Did the LCD Panel Cable receive damage? Did you perform a cursory visual inspection of it's sheath, at least? Sheath showed ANY damage, did you perform a continuity check of each wire in the cable, with a multimeter set to Ohm's? (LCD Panel Cable unplugged from motherboard, and LCD Panel, of course)

6) If there was damage, did the screen Inverter receive damage?

7) Connect the LCD Panel Cable's ground wire/s back to THE ground screw/s? Good bright clean connection area for those eyelet ground terminal/s?

8) Did you crossover the new LCD Panel to the old LCD Panel, to make sure it is a direct replacement?
NOTE*
A screen Inverter, and an LCD screen, (LCD Panel for Acer), are a MATCHED unit.

9) AC adapter plugged into power, and plugged into laptop, along with the battery?

Post back in a Comment, and if none of the above is the problem, we'll go on from there.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Jun 07, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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The back light in my pavilion dv2000 doesnt work. How do i replace it?


One source for the Backlight from a quick search,

http://www.yallstore.com/laptop-lcd-ccfl-backlight-lamp-for-hp-pavilion-dv2000-141-wxga-p-11798.html

General instructions for replacing a Backlight,

http://www.laptoprepair101.com/laptop/2007/12/09/replace-laptop-backlight-ccfl-lamp/

Advise: Watch it! On a 1-10 scale of difficulty this rates a 9

Keep all layers EXACTLY as they were. Watch the routing of the cables, and use fresh tape, if the old tape can't be reused.

I would attach the Backlight to it's cable before putting the LCD screen assembly back together. Power the laptop up, and see if the Backlight works, or you have a faulty one.
Make Sure the Backlight you purchased works First! (It's no fun disassembling the LCD screen)

1) Remove ALL power to the laptop. Remove the AC adapter (Charger) and Battery.

2) Observe Anti-Static Precautions.
(Use a $3 ESD wrist strap, and connect it's alligator clip to a good ground source)

3) Use a multi-compartment container for the various screws you will remove.
Label each compartment for the area the screw/s come out of.
If a multi-compartment container is not available, substitute with a clean egg carton.
Label each egg holder.

Some screws look Very similar to others. They Are Not.
Put a wrong screw in a hole, and not only do you risk the chance of ruining the threads in the hole, and/or on the screw, you also risk the screw becoming stuck halfway in.

Won't screw in any further.Try to remove it, and it may break off.

The LCD screen is part of the Display Assembly.
The Display Assembly needs to be removed from the laptop, in order to access the LCD screen assembly inside it.

HP Pavilion dv2000 series Notebook PC Service Manual,

http://www.tim.id.au/blog/tims-laptop-service-manuals/#toc-compaqhp

Scroll down to the heading - HP Pavilion dm1
Go across, and click on dv2000

This is a PDF file. It may take up to 30 seconds for the first page to come up.
It may take additional time for the file to fully download.
Let the file download all the way before looking through it.
(Watch the Download Progress Bar)

At the top of the PDF file is the page number box. It is to the right of the Down Arrow.
Page number for the PDF file, not the Service Manual. (Chapters, and page)
This is the page number I will be referring to, not the Service Manual's page.

Go to Page 145.
Display Assembly

Make notes, and/or drawings, (Camera?) of the routing of the Display Cable, Web Camera Cable, and Microphone Cable, before you remove them from the motherboard (System Board) connectors.
They MUST be routed back exactly as they were.
(The connectors are different from each other, so it is easy to see where they go when reassembling)

Watch the routing of the Wireless Antenna Cables.

There are two Philips head screws for each Hinge. (4 total)
Hold onto the Display Assembly securely when you remove these screws.
It's easy to break a Hinge.

There are 6 Philips head screws that hold the Display Bezel on.
The screw heads are under rubber-like screw covers.
The rubber-like screw covers are Gently pried up, with a computer pick on one side.
(Or similar tool)

The screw covers are held on with a type of rubber cement.
If you use care when you set them down, sticky side up, there's a good chance you can reuse them.
(Yes, they do stick to the pick, and your fingers, lol!)

The Display Bezel is the thin plastic 'frame' in front of the LCD screen, and surrounds the LCD screen.
In the manual when it is stated to, "Flex the inside edges of the Left and Right sides, and the Top and Bottom sides of the Display Bezel...........

EASE a fingertip under the middle inside edge of the Left side of the bezel.
Gently pull up a little.
As you do perform the same procedure on the Right side. (Inside edge/Middle)

(When you do you'll hear a snap, snap sound.
This is the tabs releasing from the matching notches.
Kind of unnerving your first time, you may think you are breaking something.
The Display Bezel is made of a space-age plastic, and is pretty tough. Use care, and it won't break)

Do the same for the Top, and Bottom side of the Display Bezel.

Removing the LCD screen assembly is on Page 154.
Disassembling the LCD screen assembly is on Page 278.
Display Component Recycling

For additional questions post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Jul 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Scratched sharp 46 inch lcd screen can it be replaced


The lcd screen is the most expensive component of the lcd screen/tv/monitor.

It makes no sense to try and replace it as first of all you won`t be able to find the part number required to do that job (e.g. the screens are internally made by sharp // special orders are placed to companies that only start the process for orders greater than tens of thousands of items) and secondly after a lcd panel has been replaced / installed you need to configure the colors, luminosity, contrast, balance etc through a data cable.

I am really sorry for your sharp lcd screen.

Nov 30, 2009 | Sharp Aquos LC-42D62U 42 in. LCD HDTV

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To replace broken screen on acer aspire 5735


First you need to get the right screen. Take out the screen by removing the rubber bumpers on the corners of the lcd bezel, then unscrew the screws that were beneath the rubber. After that you will have to pry slightly on the edges of the bezel to unsnap it and remove it from the laptop.

After that you will remove the screws on the sides the attach the screen to the hindges. On the back of the lcd it will give the model number, ebay is a good source for lcd screens. Once you get a replacement screen, you disconnect the cable on the back of the lcd and bottom, and then repalce the screen and assemble in reverse order.

Sep 01, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5735 Notebook

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