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Pin layout on lcd connector

I salvaged the 15.1" lcd screen from an dead notebook, but in order to use it i need to know the connections on the video cable.
could you please help?

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  • doubi Aug 19, 2008

    i forgot to mention that it is an Acer Aspire 1300 notebook

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You will have to determine who actually made the display; there are not large numbers of manufacturers.

I would just Google the PN if you can identify it, and see what comes up.

If it is one of the biggies in LCDs, they will probably have application info on line.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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