I should add that a couple of the systems I've replaced they had YouTube videos that showed exactly how to dismantle your laptop without breaking things. Or at least give you an idea if you can't find your exact model.
Yes but their prices are extortionist. I wouldn't pay $200 for a screen that everyone else sells at $70. Sadly the first website doesn't carry my model and every other site he gave me also does not carry it.
It can't be that no one has this model of laptop screen how hard can it possibly be to find this screen?? :\
So I bought the screen. Sadly the screen has a stuck (not dead) pixel straight out of the box. Called the company (Laptopscreen.com)
they pointed me to a program that is supposed to fix my stuck pixel. It didn't work (obviously)
I asked for a replacement screen. They said sure no problem but you have to pay for the shipping back.
The screen arrived in my house defective and I have to pay for the return shipping on their defective product.
I should have known better I should have asked if the screens were tested before being shipped out and what the return policy is.
Shipping out faulty products is so bad business.
Now I understand some screen manufacturers say you need to have a certain amount of faulty pixels before they will accept a return but come on it's defective OUT OF THE BOX.
Very disappointed in the fact that I have to pay the return shipping on their faulty screen.