Genuine Original Brand New LED Screen Chimei N089L6-L02
 

Brand: Chimei

P/N: N089L6-L02

Size: 8.9"

Resolution: WSVGA 1024x600

Connector size: 40 Pins

Backlight: LED blacklight

Surface: matte

Aspect: Wide (17:10)

  • There are many LED screen manufacturers for the Laptop Industry. LED screens have different resolutions, size and type and these screens are compatible as long as the resolution and connections are the same.
  • Compatible screens make a cheap, reliable and quality replacement.
  • We provide you original brand new compatible LED screen manufactured either by Samsung, LG, Chi Mei, Chunghwa, Sharp, or AUOptronics
 

How to install your LED Screen ?

IMPORTANT! Laptop internal parts, cables and sockets are very fragile and are easy to crack, to rip off or to brake. Please be extra careful. It is also a good idea to use some sort of organizer to organize screws by the steps of disassembly so you can follow the process in reverse order when assembling the screen.

1) Make sure to disconnect the power and remove the battery before changing the screen. Failure to remove all sources of power may result in permanent motherboard damage.
 
2) Using a pick or a flat screw driver pick out the rubber/plastic screw covers. Make sure to check all the rubber covers for screws. As well there might be extra covers and screws on the sides of the display assembly
 
3) Remove all visible screws from the front of the bezel. Sometimes there might be screws on the sides as well. It is recommended to place the screws in order of disassembly, to keep track of the correct locations.
 
4) Make sure all the screws are removed and proceed to remove the bezel.Bezel is a plastic frame covering the internal mountings of the LED panel. It is fairly fragile and should be treated with care.
 
5) Starting from the side, carefully pry the plastic away from the screen. On some laptops it is easier to start from the bottom.Much force is not necessary but if you encounter difficulty, move a little bit further, try a different spot. The bezel will unsnap. You may need to slide laptop lid latch to completely remove the bezel
 
6) The bezel snaps out fairly easy, if it seems too difficult, make sure you haven't left any screws in.As well make sure you are not pulling on any internal cables.Some times the bezel might be glued to the LED panel,In these cases using an exact-o-knife to cut the glue will keep the bezel in good condition
 
7) Remove the small screws holding the LED panel in. There are typically 4 on each side.Sometimes a few other screws may need to be removed from the LED frame, in order to gain access to the main mounting screws
 
8) Four screws on the left and four screws on the right.On this model the mounting screws are easily accessible, on some laptopsYou would need to free up the frame first.
 
9) Tilt the screen towards the keyboard, and carefully lay it down.Make sure the Wi-Fi cables, WebCam cables and a microphone cable are not getting caught/pulled on.
 
10) Disconnect the video connector by gently squeezing the tabs on both sides and pulling away from the circuit board.ATTENTION: Video connector is very fragile, take your time, if broken,
the entire Video (LVDS) Cable would need to be replaced, resulting in delay to the repair.
 
11) Disconnect the inverter connector. It may look different on other laptops. As well laptops which use LED back-lit screens do not have an inverter.On this laptop the inverter is attached to the LED panel, and has to be removed to be reused with the new panel.Once the LED panel is free from connections, pull it out and dispose of.