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Replacement for HP G60-235DX 16 inch Laptop LCD Screen Panel WXGA (1366 x 768) HD
Manufacturer: HP-Compaq
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Retail Price: $1,061.39
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Replacement for HP G60-235DX 16 inch Laptop LCD Screen Panel WXGA (1366 x 768) HD Specifications
Compatibility HP G60-235DX 16 inch Laptop LCD Screen
Size 16-inch WideScreen(14.0"x7.9")
Resolution WXGA (1366 x 768) HD
Backlight type CCFL 1-Bulb
Includes LCD Panel without inverter or bracket
Condition Brand New Grade A+

NOTE:

Please make sure the new screen you want to purchase has the same size, resolution, backlight as your old one! Or please don't place order!

Tips to troubleshot some common laptop LCD screen problems:

  • There could be several different problems with LCD screens. Some problems are fixable and some require the LCD panel replacement. It is important to diagnose your problem before taking any radical action. Finding out the exact problem should be your first step towards successful laptop screen repair.
  • Your screen might appear to have small black spots, but quite often it is just dirt and can be easily removed with proper cleaning. Turn your computer off prior to cleaning. It is best to use a lint-free clean microfiber cloth with distilLCD water, or tap water as a last resort. Using a regular cleaning cloth might introduce dust and abrasive particles, which can further damage the screen. As well please don't use any type of solvents, since those might damage the LCD coating and make the problem even worse.
  • If the screen still appears to have small black spots, or if the spots are white or colorized, after cleaning, those can quite likely be "dead pixels". Dead pixels can be caused by manufacturing defects, excessive pressure on the screen, or may develop over time as the LCD panel ages. There are a few classifications for dead pixels, which affect the repairability of the LCD panel. "Dead pixels" can be stuck, hot or dead. Depending on the condition of the pixel it may or may not be repairable. Stuck or hot pixels may return to working condition over time, or if powered on/off a few times in rapid succession. You can use pixel-fixing software to run patterns on your screen to get potentially stuck pixels back into operation.
  • There are few different solutions and advises on the Internet regarding "dead pixels" laptop screen repairs, some of which are valid, like visual pattern generating software. Some solutions involve using excessive heat on the LCD panel, which is never recommended. Using your own discretion spend some time to try the different solutions prior to considering an LCD screen replacement. In the end, truly dead pixels cannot be revived and replacing the screen is the only option to permanently repair such problems.
  • Another common complaint with LCD panels is the appearance of scratches; which can develop easily if the screen is put to heavy use, or is not properly cared for. Every LCD panel is coated with a finishing solution, which is meant to reduce fingerprints, reflect light differently and to protect the fragile components. If the coating is scratched deeply, you will not be able to repair it. Using CD scratch remover solutions will actually dissolve the coating further, and transform a scratch into an unsightly spot. The only true method to fix laptop screen cosmetic appearance problems is to buy new LCD screen.
  • Your LCD panel might be darker then when purchased, appear to flicker, or display lines or other image imperfections; in these cases it is always recommend to make sure the problem is with the screen and not somewhere on the laptop. It is best to connect your laptop to an external monitor to make sure that none of these problems are showing - if they are, it is much likelier that your laptops video chip is failing and the problem will persist even after an LCD replacement.
  • If you are absolutely certain that your LCD panel has to be replaced; it is most cost effective to replace it yourself. Even if you have never done it, or do not consider yourself to be a technical person, replacing your laptop's screen is easier than most commonly thought.
  • Finding an LCD panel for your laptop can be a challenge of it's own; if you call your computer manufacturer, they will most likely quote an unreasonably high price. It is best to find an established on-line retailer, then it will cost you much cheaper. Most LCD panels go for about $50-$150, and the price will depend on the screen size, back-light and manufacturer. We carry a super huge inventory of screens, suitable to replace your faulty screen. If you are unable to find the right one, or not sure if the one you're looking at is the correct one, send us an e-mail to support department to be sure that the screen will fit prior to ordering.
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