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Acer Aspire 5735z Screen – Buy this today to repair your laptop

You will see from our website, that when you search for the Acer Aspire 5735z Laptop Screen there will be two options available to you. The difference is slight but it is vital to purchase the correct Laptop Screen or else the panel will not work. Both Laptop Display Panels are LCD, meaning Liquid Crystal Display. This is simply the inner workings of the screen, however some laptop screens are CCFL and some LED. CCFL screens use a separate electronics board to provide differing current to produce the colours you see on the screen. LED screens do not use this inverter and so only have one single screen cable instead of two.

As the manufacturer of these laptops may have changed the screen at some point in time you will not know which you have until the old one has been removed. Once removed you can see how many connections it has. One connection means it is LED, two means it is CCFL. You can then choose the correct option for your Acer Aspire Laptop Screen. We stock all manner of Laptop spares including the full range of Acer Display Panels. Give us a call today to see if we stock the items you are looking for.

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