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15.4″ CCFL Laptop Screen Replacements

The 15.4″ Laptop Screen is a very common screen fitted in all kinds of laptop from a few years ago. This panel was made by around 5 main manufacturers based in Taiwan and China. All of the big name laptop sellers used a panel from one of these main screen manufacturers and so there is a high level of cross compatibility between the different models. When looking for a new laptop screen you do not need to buy one with the exact same part number so long as you know that it will be compatible.

So for instance the Compaq Presario 6715b Laptop Screen can also be compatible with a Toshiba Satellite Laptop Screen. Laptop Power UK have compiled a database of laptop models, their screens and compatible part numbers so that when you look for either the model of laptop or the compatible part number on-line you will be able to purchase a part you know will work when you install it. For any further help you can speak to one of the team by calling 0845 257 7745.

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