My budget upgraded Dell Inspiron 7567

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  1. kojack

    kojack Notebook Deity

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    Oh, this one will be a tough fix. I am not sure if they come out or not. You will have to do some looking and reading. You might be able to replace it. You won't be able to fix it really.....well, that being said, I just looked at the picture, if it's just the cone pushed in get a some sort of computer vacuum and try to suck the cone back into position. I have replaced cones on large drivers but I don't think it's possible with that one.
     
  2. G-Force

    G-Force Notebook Consultant

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    Very nice.

    I bought the i7/256GB+1TB/16GB RAM/1050Ti model. At the time, the only available panels were the FHD TN and 4K IPS panels.

    I upgraded the FHD panel myself, first using an AUO B156HAN01.2 panel, but I didn't like it. It had one dead pixel, bad backlight uniformity, low brightness and dust trapped in the screen. After this, I bought an LG LP156WF6-SPB1 and this panel is awesome. All in all quite an expensive upgrade, but really worth it for the amazing battery life and build quality of this laptop. I sold the AUO panel at a small loss unfortunately, but no disaster.

    My laptop feels complete now and the upgrade was really easy. I even think this panel is much better than the panel you would get ordering the FHD IPS panel from Dell (most likely a 45% NTSC panel).
     
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