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HP f1903 LCD Screen Replacement

by mpcrosby / December 14, 2008 4:07 AM PST

Kids shot the screen wit a BB gun (:-( and damaged it. Where can I procure the screen component for replacement. I am an electronic tech of 30 years but I do not know of a source for this. Any ideas?

Thank you,

Mike Crosby

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I'd start with HP tech support.
by Kees Bakker / December 14, 2008 4:16 AM PST

Somewhere in that huge company they must have spares and a distribution mechanism for them.

But it seems very well possible to me that the price of a spare screen for a unit that was sold from 2004 is much more than the current price of a comparable unit. Better check before you order.

Kees

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HP f1903 Monitor
by mpcrosby / December 15, 2008 1:36 PM PST

You may be right, but it is worth a shot.

Thanks,

Mike

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Check out
by Willy / December 16, 2008 2:00 AM PST
In reply to: HP f1903 Monitor

Depending on how old the LCD is, finding spares is out there in the "used/spares" vendors market. Google for model# and see if so-so has anything and of course the full cost. If the LCD is real old and/or at least 3yrs. old, I would consider it a lost unless you really got to have it. In most cases a LCD subassy.(alone) or if used, maybe the whole assy. the cost varies. Buying a new 19in. LCD, especially now during this Xmas time, there has to be a decent deal out there, well worth the checking out. Of course, there is eBay too just find a F1903 out there.

BTW, the HP F1503 and F1903 were part of a bad series of LCDs that had poor componets used and caused failure. So, the parts got used/repaired often and/or these bad LCDs were sold, so verify it is a working model component/LCD.

tada -----Willy Happy

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