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#1 allenburg229

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Posted 16 June 2013 - 07:31 AM

i dropped my laptop and now my display screen colors are messed up. i hooked up an external monitor and that display works fine. computer works fine too. my question is how can i go about getting a replacement screen or is it even possible to replace screen? i cant throw it away and run buy a new one. limited funds and such, plus i've got valuable info on it. have anybody here done a screen replacement? if so, please respond with helpful info. thanks

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Posted 16 June 2013 - 08:25 AM

Lots of results in search for "How to replace Toshiba Satellite screen". For more accurate help you

will need to note your laptops model. Or check out these search results:

how to replace toshiba satellite screen - Google Search


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Posted 16 June 2013 - 09:52 AM

the model no. is pslb8u-0d8038



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Posted 16 June 2013 - 01:11 PM

Look at one or more of the videos linked to in my first post to find out if you are comfortable in doing the

repair.

It is best to actually find the part number for your broken screen before ordering a new one. It seems

there are numerous screens used on the same model as you have. They would likely physically fit but

still not display properly.

Links to new screens:  Amazon.com: Brand New Toshiba Satellite L305 15.4" WXGA Laptop LCD Screen: Computers & Accessories

TOSHIBA SATELLITE PSLB8U 0D8038 laptop lcd screen 15.4" [on_49333] - $125.33 : laptop screens, laptop lcd screen


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