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Hi! im looking for parts for a acer aspire 5335-2238 like the two half's(bottom & top)and the back bezel of the LCD.

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I would suggest looking on Ebay.

1.Computers and Networking>PC Components>For Laptops and Notebooks>Acer Aspire 5300 series

[For the LCD bezel. That's the frame that goes around the LCD screen, in the front. The cover on the back of the LCD screen, is the Top Cover. The cover where the keypad is at, and the touchpad, is the Palm Rest]

2.Computers and Networking>PC Components>For Laptops and Notebooks>Laptops and Notebooks For Repair>Acer

Perhaps see if you can find a laptop for parts, that may have all the items you listed.


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My acer aspire 5517 laptop green blank screen and changes to red every 4 second!


More than likely the screen Inverter, Anowarul.

http://www.amazon.com/Acer-Aspire-Series-Inverter-Board/dp/B006BHRG9E

However the problem should be diagnosed.

Problem can be;
1) Graphics chipset
2) Video Cable
3) screen Inverter
4) LCD screen

I have a diagnostic flowchart you can follow, if you wish.
Post back in a Comment.

The plastic frame in front the LCD screen is the Display Bezel.
(Acer? LCD Bezel)

Once removed the screen Inverter is right there in front.
Mounted to the bottom of the LCD screen's Screen Frame.

Service Manual, (Free),

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

Go to where it states - Aspire 1200 (1200 in Blue)
Drop down to the 7th line. (5310G)
Scroll across, and click on 5517.

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

Post back in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

Mar 19, 2013 | Acer Aspire Computers & Internet

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Can you tell me does the acer aspire 57322 have a built in microphone


Most of these Aspires have microphones built into the LCD bezel. Look for a tiny pinhole at the top of the LCD bezel. There may even be a small picture of a microphone etches into the plastic at that area.

Jun 07, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

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How to change out a broken lcd screen on an aspire


http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-lcd-screen-replace-inverter-board-acer-aspire-5100-laptop/
This is its contents without the pictures:


OK, let’s get inside the display assembly.
First of all, turn off the laptop, unplug AC adapter and remove the battery.
The screen bezel* has four screws hidden under for seals. Two rubber seals on the top of the bezel and two plastic seals on the bottom.
You can remove all four screw seals with a sharp object as it shown on the picture below. Glue removed seals somewhere on the bezel so they don’t get lost.
Remove four screws found under seals.
Start remove the screen bezel with your fingers. Proceed slowly while removing the bezel.
Carefully separate the display cover from the screen and access the LCD cable connector
You’ll have to unplug the LCD cable from the screen.
First, unglue the clear sticky tape securing the connection.
Second, unplug the LCD cable from the connector on the screen.
Here’s how you can remove the LCD screen.
Simply remove four screws securing the LCD screen to the display hinge. Remove four more screws from the other side of the screen.
Now you can remove and replace the LCD screen with a new LCD screen.
Put all the screws back in there places

Dec 31, 2009 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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How do i remove my bezel from my 6920 acer aspire i have found 6 screws is there another 1 under the acer logo?


Actually there is more than that. There are 9 screws you have to remove. You have to remove the plastic strip under the LCD Bezel, also.

1)Four at the top. One in each corner, two in the middle. (On each side of that stretched out V shape)

2)One in each corner of the LCD Bezel at the bottom.

3) Three along the strip at the bottom.

One in the middle.
One in each corner, right next to the hinge on the inside.

The three screws from that plastic strip at the bottom, also go through the LCD Bezel.




Dec 26, 2009 | Acer Aspire 6920 Notebook PC

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LCD screen is black, no lights at all. Before this, was having unstable screen brightness. Replaced LCD Inverter but problem still the same. So, I would like to try replacing the backlight lamp. The local...


The Backlight Lamp. I concur with your thoughts that it's the Backlight Lamp. Holding a flashlight at an angle, can you fantly make out images on your LCD screen?

Generally the Backlight lamp goes first. I've found it's best when replacing the Backlight Lamp, to go ahead, and replace the Inverter also. And vice-versa.

To get at the Inverter, the outside Bezel in the front of the LCD screen, is removed. The Inverter Board is right there at the bottom. 2 to 3 wires, couple of screws to remove, and replace, and you're good to go.

Not so with the Backlight Lamp.

Laptop/notebook manufacturers use different terms when describing these parts, but generally it is,

A.Top Cover. When the laptop is closed, you are looking at the Top Cover.

B.Bezel. The thin plastic frame that goes around the LCD screen, in the front. Usually two to three screws on top, and bottom, with 1 to 2 screws on each side.

There is a rubber cover over the head of the screws, and is held on by a rubber cement like compound.
After the rubber covers are removed, and the screws, the Bezel is removed by inserting a plastic letter opener along the parting line, and worked up, and off.

(Pop-pop-pop, as the plastic formed clips made into the Bezel frame, release from the Top Cover)

C.LCD screen.
The LCD screen has a thin metal frame around it. The LCD screen is held in by thin metal brackets. One on each side.

The brackets screw to the sides of the LCD screen, then the brackets have screws that hold them to the Top Cover.

The LCD screen is removed after un-connecting the power cable, and Inverter cable. The bracket screws are then removed, then the brackets themselves.

Finally you are at the point to access the Backlight Lamp.

Acer Aspire 5630 Service Manual.

http://tim.id.au/laptops/acer/aspire%205680%205630%203690%20travelmate%204280%204230%202490.pdf

(PDF file download. Suggest letting it download all the way before looking through it, or you may break the download connection.

To save a copy to your computer;
After it has Fully downloaded, go up to the top header, and click on the Floppy Disk icon. Second icon from the left. If you hover your mouse cursor over it, it will briefly reveal,
'Click to save this file to your computer or another location'.

In the - Save a copy... window, write down the file name. Then go to the bottom right, and click on save.

If you do Not have your downloads set to go to your My Documents folder, (Documents for Vista), this file will go to your desktop screen.

When you see the file name, double-click on it to open the file.

Disassembling the laptop starts on Page 65. (Machine Disassembly and Replacement)

Removing the LCD screen is on Page 77. There is no guide on replacing the Backlight Lamp.
It is not an FRU. (Field Replacement Unit)

The tech better be back at the shop, and have mucho experience at this!
Reasoning is, that if one Tiny mistake is made, you'll ruin the LCD screen!

Should you wish to proceed this may help,

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

Dec 06, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5630 Notebook

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Anyone replace the inverter on an Acer Aspire 6920?


I haven't replaced an inverter on this model before, but have done on a few other makes.
Generally the inverter is located on the bottom edge of the LCD screen behind the bezel.
The bezel is secured with screws on the front and or the edges of the bezel. these screws in most cases are hidden by small round plastic covers, they need to be carefully peeled off to reveal the screws. Also the bezel is held in place with plastic clips and double sided tape. Slip a thin metal strip between the screen and the bezel and carefully pop the bezel off, start at the bottom edge and work along each edge to release the bezel. Be careful not to scratch the LCD screen and be careful not to apply pressure to the face of the LCD screen otherwise you will crack the LCD screen.

Aug 12, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5720-6661 Notebook PC

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How do I remove the back lcd cover on my acer aspire 3610 laptop


Come in from the front.
The Top Cover has the LCD screen attached to it, and the hinges are attached to it. When you have the laptop closed, you are viewing the Top Cover.

AC adapter unplugged (Charger), battery removed.
Around the LCD screen is a Screen Bezel. This bezel is removed first. Look carefully around the bezel. Upon close inspection you'll see a series of rubber rounded tiny pads. These are Screw Covers. Take a small flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, and remove them, or pry them up to one side, so that you can get to the screw head.

The statement -> Pry, sounds bad. In essence these screw covers, are a half moon shape (Almost) of some rubbery material, and have a glue that holds them on. This glue 'resembles' a type of rubber cement. If you carefully ease the flat tip towards the edge of the half moon shape, where it contacts the flat bezel, push in, and pry up, you'll see they come off relatively easy.

Most of the time if you store the screw covers upside down, glue surface up, you can reuse them with no additional glue needed.
The only problem you'll have with them, is they stick to the screwdriver tip, and your fingertips! Hard to put them somewhere!

Be sure to remove all of them. Generally there are 6. Two per side.
(Top, Bottom, Left Side, Right Side)
Now remove the Philips head screws underneath them. (Have this shape +) (No.1 Philips screwdriver)

Now you have to pop the bezel up, and off. I would use two Jewelers screwdrivers for this. A small kit of Jewelers screwdrivers, can be purchased from a number of places, if you don't have any. An inexpensive set should do just fine, ($5?)

The bezel has a parting line, (Crevice/Gap), where it meets the Top Cover. Sometimes it's a little tough to see. Start with a small flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, and see if you can ease it partially in this parting line. It's a little tough to get the first one started. If it seems as though it won't slide in a little, (Depth of 1/8th inch, or half the width of a No.2 pencil), then move over, try again.

DON'T come in from the LCD screen side. You'll damage the LCD screen, AND the bezel. (Even if you're replacing the LCD screen, you'll break the bezel. Has to be taken off from the outside edge)

Part way in, on the outside edge of the bezel, are locking tabs. These are made of plastic, and formed when the bezel was made. They are part of the bezel. They are spaced around the inside edge of the bezel. They are spaced, Locking tab, space. Locking tab, space. Locking tab, space.

This is why I suggested to move over with the screwdriver. You may be trying to put the screwdriver in, where a locking tab is.

Once you get a start, and have the flat tip Jewelers screwdriver in the parting line, take a second flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, and try to ease it in the gap you've made. Put it towards the end of the gap, where it narrows down. If you cannot, ease the end of the screwdriver you have in now, down. This will pry up on the bezel.
You will see the bezel bend. It fairly thin plastic at this edge, but this is TOUGH plastic. Don't go crazy, but it will bend pretty far, before it would break. Use a fair amount of pressure, but use finesse.

See if the bezel will pop up a bit. You can also move down a bit with the other flat tip Jewelers screwdriver, and try to make another pry point. Working two screwdrivers in this fashion, puts less strain on that plastic bezel.

When you get the bezel up far enough, you'll hear a loud pop, or snap sound. You'll think you broke the plastic bezel. Nope! Just one of those lock tabs letting go of the Top Cover. Keep working around the edge. Watch the top edge. If you have a built in webcam there are small wires close to the webcam. Look in while you're popping the bezel cover up. Use a flashlight if necessary.

Once you have the bezel off, you're home free!
You can now see the screws that hold the LCD screen to the Top Cover. You can see how the hinges are attached. After you're done, the bezel just snaps back into place, then the screws are put in, and the screw covers.

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Back light on my acer laptop is not working been told its the inverter I have the same problem with my Acer Aspire 5610-4491. The backlight lamp sometimes goes out for loooong periods of time and...


I assume you can see a faint image on the panel but it's just not lit at all.

you cannot replace the lamp, as it is part of the lcd itself. If the laptop is in warranty, contact acer. if not, try this:

remove the lcd bezel (front plastic). peel off the sticky dots and undo the screws to remove the bezel. The inverter board will be at the bottom of the lcd panel - basically right behind the acer logo on the bezel. disconnect and reconnect the connectors on each side of the inverter board - it might just be a bad/loose connection. If this doesn't fix it, it's probably worth gambling on a new inverter board. Call acer, it's a very inexpensive part ($20 probably)

Hope this helps!

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Need instructions to replace the bezel on a gateway 7330gz


Just like any other laptop LCD screen, edtechservic. Remove the rubber caps that cover the Philips head screws, remove the screws, and work around the bezel to pop it loose, a little at a time.

Top cover up, you are looking at the LCD screen. Look at the top Left and Right corners of the screen bezel. Look in-between. Now look along the bottom of the screen bezel. See those small rubber caps? G-E-N-T-L-Y pry them loose with a 60 or 90 degree pick. (In your computer repair kit)
Use care, and finesse! You don't want to scratch the clients laptop!
Now loosen, and remove the screws underneath.

Use a Jewelers flat tip screwdriver, (No.2), and ease it in the parting line, that you will see between the bezel, and top cover. Don't go more than a 1/4 inch in! You could be up against the LCD screen metal frame, if you go too far in. (Which could break the LCD screen)

Won't ease in there? Move over an inch or so. You could be hitting the plastic part of the bezel, that snaps down into the Top Cover.
There are several of these plastic protrusions, that stick down from the bezel, and snap into place in the Top Cover. Every few inches or so.

After you start easing one of these plastic snaps out, (Plastic protrusion I spoke of above), move along the edge, pick another place, and start easing it up. Keep bringing the edge up a little at a time. (Bring the back of the flat tip jewelers screwdriver down)
When you have gone along, and raised a large portion of the bezel, you should hear a distinct Click, as one of the plastic snaps come out of the Top Cover.
If not, move back to the first plastic snap that started to come out, and place your flat tip Jewelers screwdriver next to it. Bring the back of the screwdriver down to pop that plastic snap up, and out.

Hearing it your first time might make you a little stomach sick. You'll think you broke something! If you go along, and raise the bezel up a little at a time, you'll be okay. The bezel is made of space age plastic, and is VERY tough! You can't get crazy with it though!

When you have gone almost all the way around the bezel, the last few inches may just pop up, and out.
This link shows you with photos, and information, for a Gateway MT6704 Notebook PC,

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-lcd-screen-from-gateway-mt6704-model-ma7/

This guide is to completely replace the LCD screen. You can just use the information under the first five photos, for bezel replacement.



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