EuroSterling
Tel: 0845 257 7745
Fax: 0872 110 4319

Brands

Quick Contact Form

LP156WH2 Screen – Compatible replacements for this laptop screen

The best way to get a replacement Laptop Screen is to use the part number that is printed on the back your old screen. To get to this you need to remove the old screen. You can use our Laptop Screen Fitting Instructions or a video from an on-line website as a guide to doing this. There can sometimes be a touch of guesswork when buying a new laptop screen without knowing the part number as manufacturers do sometimes change the version of screen they fit. From the outside of the laptop there will be no visible clue as to the type of display panel used so it is always wiser to find the part number.

Laptop Power UK has a full list of compatible part numbers meaning that if you can match up your screen part number with one listed on our website you can be sure of a straight swap without any complications. Take for instance a LP156WH2 Laptop Screen. This tells us exactly which laptop screen you will require and eliminates the guesswork as to whether the screen will be CCFL or LED etc. Coupled with a next day courier service your laptop can be up and running again within 24 hours.

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 at 12:01 pm. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

Leave a Reply

Product Search

Your Basket

There are currently no items in your basket.

News Categories

Latest News

HP Laptop Batteries - Why all the Confusion?

The most popular laptop of the last three years has been the HP Pavilion G6 Series. The laptop was adopted by both Tesco and PC World in their 'back to school' push, and as a result is a firm favourit...

Lenovo Goes Up-Market With its Carbon X1 Range

It's fair to say that the laptop and tablet market is in a state of flux at the moment. We have seen Apple coming down market with some entry level smartphones, and Acer moving up-market as an early m...

New HP Laptop Charger Causes Confusion

It has been some years since HP last released a new laptop charger. Given how accustomed people had become to the old style 'Smart Tip' charger, it was inevitable that a new laptop adapter release was...