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Dell Inspiron CCFL or LED Screen Replacements

Dell Inspiron laptops with a 15.6″ Laptop Screen either support a CCFL screen or an LED screen. When it comes to replacing a broken panel it is vital that you get the correct replacement as the two cannot be interchanged. You must replace like for like. The CCFL panel connects to an inverter which provides a higher power to light the screen that it would otherwise receive from the laptop motherboard. The LED version does not require an inverter and thus only has one data cable connection to the laptop.

Your Dell Inspiron 1545 Laptop Screen for instance could be running with either of these two types of panel depending on the model and time of manufacture. To ensure you know which one to buy, Laptop Power UK recommend checking the part number printed on the back of the faulty screen. This can then be checked on our website to ensure the same, or compatible screen is dispatched preventing the annoyance of returning an incorrectly purchased panel for an exchange.

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