Question about HP Pavilion DV4-1120US Laptop
The lcd screen on my HP dv4-1120us lap top is damazed and I need to replace it.
Appreciate any help in buying the right replacement part from the right source as well as instructions on how ro remove the lcd screen for this particular laptop. I have found general lcd removal instructions but they do not seem to work for this laptop.
thanks in advance.
I just chat to hp and they are selling this part for almost 300.00
The lcd is the same part as the whole display, bezel cam and mic.
where the glass in the front is acually the half of the lcd part, way to go hp
keep making things harder and harder
Posted on Nov 26, 2010
Thanks in Advance for Help!!!
I am not able to remove LCD because there is no screw for this model"dv4-1120us" so there is one plastick panel so that one i can remove upto bottom but at bottom i coulde not so please heklp me to come out.... So how to replace LCD Screen...
Thank You Very MUch
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
Here is one place I found thru google that sells your lcd for your laptop:
Price is about $89.00 before any S/H charges. I'm sure if you do some research you may find them cheaper.
When it comes to replacing the lcd on these laptops most of the time its done the same way. Unscrew the screws on the front lcd bezel and then remove the bezel so it will expose the lcd with a hinge on each side.
Remove the screws on the left hinge and also remove the screws on the right hinge.
At this point the screen will be loose. Disconnect the power connector from the bottom of the lcd that goes to the little rectangular inverter board.
There will also be a cable on the back of the lcd screen that needs to come out as well. Be gentle with the cable cause its sensitive.
At this point you can remove the bad lcd and then get ready to put the new lcd into place.
Go ahead and connect the lcd cable to the back of the lcd, don't worry it is slotted so it can only go in one way and it will kind of snap into place. Then go ahead and align the screen with the left and right hinges so you can put the screws back on so it keeps the screen in place.
Then go ahead and connect the power connector to the rectangular inverter as well. Now that you have the screen hooked up. Turn on the laptop and if you get video then you know the screen is good, turn the laptop back off and then go ahead and put the lcd front bezel back on and put the screws back into place and you should be good to go. I know this was lengthy but hope this information helps.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
it is good that you think then act as opposed to the other way around. For you LCD, I would go to Ebay, type in "HP dv4-1120us LCD", and see what i could come up with. For your removal Instructions, i can help you there. I can walk you through it.
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You wil want to identify some parts first. Look at your laptop, and you will see it is comprised of 2 components, a lid and a base. Looking at the lid, you will see that there is a small plastic frame around the LCD. On this frame there is Generally a few rubber bits, although you will need to look closely to see them. Take a philips flathead screwdriver and remove them. Underneath you will see some small screws, carefully remove them. Then slowly prise this frame off, known as a bezel. Then the rest is easy. Put your hand in front of the LCD, and gently tip the laptop. The LCD will fall into your hand. If it doesn't try to get it out with the screwdriver. Then, carefully holding the screen, remove any connectors that hold the screen to the board. Memorize what cable goes where. Put this LCD down. Get a new one from ebay, and carefully remove it from the packaging. Then hold it like you did with the first, connect the cables where they go, push it into place, place the bezel aka the frame back on, and screw it in. If the rubber is no longer sticky, regular glue such as crazy glue, or gorrilla glue will work. Place the rubber bits back on the screen and your good to go.
Please note that incorrect or loose cable placement could cause undesired effects. If a cable needs force to go in, check that this is the right cable, you may damage the port and cable. If lines or flickering occurs, check the connecter of the screen. Pull them out, blow on them, put them back in, if the flickering resumes, i would call the manufacterer from ebay, for a warranty refund.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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