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How do determine backlit vs. LED

Posted on 2011-09-18
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I have a Toshiba laptop md. C655 which has a cracked monitor.  I am capable of  replacing it but I don't know whether to order a backlit LCD or an LED?  Is there a test I can do that will determine which one it is short of removing the screen to get at the part number?  The monitor still works to some degree.
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That model has a HD TruBrite LCD Display.


You should be able to get a replacement here:
http://www.screentekinc.com/glossy-trubrite-clear_superview-laptop-lcd-screens.shtml

Just look for the screen size (15.6" 1366x768)
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I think I need the specific part number and will need to disassemble to get to it.  Not what I wanted to do.
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