Broken Laptop Screen?
Problems with your laptop screen? Don’t panic! We are here to help!
Do you need a laptop screen?
The most fragile component of the laptop is the Screen display. You only need to replace the laptop screen if there is physical damage, if you see horizontal or vertical lines, or if the CCFL (backlight) is faulty. Below are problems and possible solutions to check to see if you need a new laptop screen.
Dead (Defective) Pixels are pixels on a liquid crystal display (LCD) monitor that remains unlit (fail to reproduce light levels correctly), or black, when it should be activated and displaying a color. Each pixel on an LCD screen is made from three separate subpixels: red, green and blue. When combined, its form the colors that users see on the monitor. A dead pixel occurs when the transistor activate the amount of light that shows through all three subpixels malfunctions and results in a permanently black pixel. Dead pixels are rare and largely go unnoticed by the user.
Dead pixels are usually caused by manufacturing defects, and they will often stay illuminated for the life of the panel. In many cases it's possible to fix the pixel using either software tools or manual manipulation.
The ratio of the brightest white to the darkest black on a display screen. The larger the number, the darker the black is displayed.
The cold-cathode flourescent tube(backlight) is broken or the inverter is bad. Nearly 75% of the time, if your screen is dim, the inverter is no longer working correctly. The inverter powers the backlight in the notebook screen. We suggest that you replace your inverter first, before considering replacing your notebook screen.
The LCD screen is one of the most vulnerable parts of the laptop - and probably the most commonly broken. It's cause by dropping it, break it or by flexing the thin plastic films of the screen to rupture allowing the liquid crystal to leak within the screen.
Cracked notebook screens in general are not repairable and should be replace. Contact me today for a quote.
The degree of resolution (horizontal and vertical lines) of a halftone image based on the number of lines-per-inch (lpi) or lines per centimeter, used to create the halftone. The line screen or sometimes called screen frequency at which an image is to be display.A screen defect whereby a LCD screen exhibits vertical or horizontal lines and is not due to a defect of the notebook itself.
Connect your laptop to an external monitor. If the image appear on the external monitor, it’s indicate a faulty LCD screen.
An Electronic Defect whereby the LCD screen does not render an image and is not caused by a defect in another component of the notebook.
The LCD screen does not have enough brightness or a black screen on a laptop display are usually due to a defective or dead backlight (CCFL) or voltage inverter that supplies high voltage to it.
Flickering is an visible fading between cycles displayed on video displays, which is the monitor’s refresh rate, the speed with which the screen is redrawn. If the refresh rate is too slow, the screen will appear to glimmer (the persistence of the screen phosphors). Low-persistence phosphors fade more quickly than high-persistence monitors, making the screen to flicker more.
If you need help with a laptop screen replacement then Contact Us 361-236-7674.
Cost of repair is different for every model laptop, So please contact for pricing. You will find our price is extremely fair. Payment is not due until your laptop is fixed.
Note: You can also just purchase the screen. Just tell us what type of laptop you have and we will give you a price for the screen.
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