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- Inverter replacement for Dell E1705 Inspiron
- John Corliss
November 7, 2013, 10:45 pm
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such a thing? I've spent a lot of time looking around for an inverter
(for the screen) for my Dell E1705 Inspiron laptop. Almost every one I
see being sold on eBay is from a seller who has horrible negative
feedback which they've tried to neutralize by somehow flooding
themselves with thousands of positive feedbacks. In all likelihood, all
of these sellers are this company:
CBK USA (AKA "Bestcompu.com")
Phone: (510) 742-8908
Fax: (510) 868-1930
37390 Cedar Blvd, Suite C, Newark, CA 94560-4156
They seem to specialize in parting out used, broken computers and
selling the parts as new. I had them send me one inverter and it was the
wrong part entirely. If I'd bought from them through anybody but Amazon,
I would most likely have never gotten my money back. In Amazon, the
company goes by various seller names such as "Overstuffer".
At any rate, if anybody knows of a *reputable* inverter supplier, I'd
really appreciate it if you'd tell me who they are.
Re: Inverter replacement for Dell E1705 Inspiron
I missed this post and replied to your other one. They all sell boards
pulled from scrapped computers.
I "fronted" a few sales of CCFT drivers for someone in Hong Kong and he
went through two of them on one notebook. The other stayed fixed. They
were the right part though. Of course how long will a used high voltage
These were ebay purchases. I only have email on this computer from the
last 6 years and I can't locate the vendor. Well they were in Texas if
that helps, but as people from Texas will tell you, it is a big state.
In fact, you can't shut them up about Texas talk.
I only know the business line of Dell (Latitude), but if they have the
same level of documentation on the Inspiron, you should be able to get
decent factory documentation on the part and in theory the vendor should
be able to get you the proper item. In practice, these recyclers have a
marginal business and don't want to invest the time to get you the right
part. Then add in the fact that they are generally ESL. Nothing wrong
with that, but the odds of getting the order correct are reduced
somewhat with the language barrier.