Following the instructions given in the video below you can replace a cracked or damaged screen on your HP 625 and restore your laptop computer to a working condition. The screen provided will be the same performance and quality as the original and the same screen is installed as original equipment in new HP laptop computers.
FREE and FAST Shipping: No shipping charges for 2-3 day USPS Priority Mail shipping in the continental US.
FREE Tool Kit: All the tools described in the video and necessary to replace the screen are provided with the new screen at no extra charge.
FREE Instructional Video: Please see the video below for step by step instructions to replace the screen on this laptop model.
FREE Email Technical Support: If you run into problems during installation, send us email and we'll help you solve the problem.
Easy Returns: If the problem is not with the screen or you decide you don't need the screen, just send the screen back in original condition and packaging and we'll refund 100% of the screen cost. No Restocking Fee.
Compatibility Guarantee: If the screen we ship to you is incompatible, we will pay return shipping for the original screen and send the replacement screen at no cost.
Global Shipping: We can ship to most countries. Please use the standard shopping cart checkout. We frequently ship to Canada, Mexico, Brazil, UK, France, Germany, Australia and other countries.
2 Year Warranty: If more than 1 dead pixels, any bright spots, any lines appear or if the screen goes dark during the warranty period, we will send a replacement screen at no extra charge. Warranty does not cover accidental damage.
Screen Part #: The screen provided will have one of the following part numbers (All of which have been tested to be fully compatible with the HP 625 and all of which are used as original parts in HP laptops.): LP156WH2, LP156WH4, LTN156AT02, LTN156AT05, LTN156AT09, LTN156AT15, BT156GW01, CLAA156WB11, N156B6, B156XW02
Posted by John on 27th Sep 2013
The Video was definitely needed as I went back and forth several times to make sure we caught all the detail. The work is tedious but the screen looks beautiful, its been running for the last 4 hours.
It took my wife and me, 3 hours from start to finish to get everything done...keeping track of multiple screws that are not the same is difficult.
More time should be spent redoing the PC, playing the video backwards takes time, but works....We would recommend this screen and procedure to anyone has above average attention to detail and patience and planning skills dealing with 50+ screws