Laptop screens are made of liquid crystal display that make the display sharp and clear. When your laptop screen breaks, these crystals get damaged and misplaced. Such damage can’t be repaired and hence you need to replace your damaged laptop screen with a new one. Keep reading to learn how to fix a broken laptop screen.
- Restart your laptop for a couple of times, if it still doesn’t work, your laptop screen has been damaged and you need to replace it with a new one.
- Make sure that the internal hardware and wirings of your laptop are working properly. You can check this by connecting your laptop to an external monitor via your laptop’s VGA port. Now check all internal devices and hard disk through it. If the external monitor is showing random images and bold colors, the video card of your laptop has been damaged and you need to replace it with a new one.
- If the external monitor is showing unclear or fuzzy images, there is some problem with the inverter of your laptop. It can be also because of a problem in the backlight of laptop screen. To check your backlight button, open and close your laptop flap for a couple of times, if the backlights don’t respond yet, make an effort to pry out the small backlight button under the latch at the corner of your laptop hinge.
- To replace your damaged laptop screen with a new one, first turn off the laptop and disconnect the power supply to the system.
- Now remove the exterior protective shield. Note gently, remove the tiny screws and remove the frame from your laptop with a scale or swipe card. Now remove the laptop screen screws and gently separate it from the fame.
- Now replace the damaged laptop screen with the new one, connect the wires and other cables back to their respective places.
- Put the new laptop screen in the frames and fix the screws. Your damaged laptop screen has been replaced with a new laptop screen.