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LG Philips LP156WH1 Laptop Screen – Find this replacement part on-line today

How do you find out what the replacement part number is for your Laptop Screen? It is well hidden away on the back of the laptop screen itself so if you have a faulty or cracked screen the only way you can find out what the part number is, is to grab a screwdriver and remove the laptop screen. If you need Laptop Screen Fitting Instructions just click on the link for a step by step guide.

Once you have access to the back of the screen you should see a part number similar to LP156WH1. There will be variations but the first couple of letters will indicate the manufacturer. The next three numbers the size of the screen and the remaining letters, different models of the screen. So the LG Philips LP156WH1 Laptop Screen can be identified by the letters LP – which stands for LG Philips, 156 – which stands for 15.6″ and then the model variation of WH1.

All LG Philips Screens can be identified this way so if you ever need to do a bit of research before you buy a new laptop screen, take a moment to find out the exact part number you need.

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