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Amazon ED060XC3 (LF) Kindle Paperwhite LCD Assembly w/ Frame (Front View)

Amazon ED060XC3 (LF) Kindle Paperwhite LCD Assembly w/ Frame

by  Amazon

Regular Price: $69.99

Sale price: $24.95

The Amazon ED060XC3 (LF) Kindle Paperwhite LCD Assembly w/ Frame Features:

  • High quality replacement part for your Kindle Paperwhite
  • Includes E-ink LCD touchscreen display / panel and frame
  • Saves you the hassle of having to buy a whole new device
  • Your Kindle Paperwhite will look good as new!

So you're the fix-it-yourself type. No challenge is too great. That's why you didn't freak out when you accidently dropped your Amazon Paperwhite Kindle and cracked the LCD display. Whether your LCD is cracked, broken, blotchy or glitchy, or the touch functionality has become slow or unresponsive, you can now replace it yourself. Use this high quality OEM Amazon ED060XC3 (LF) Kindle Paperwhite LCD Assembly with Frame to fix your broken or malfunctioning Kindle Paperwhite touchscreen. Your amazing eReader will look and operate as if it were brand new!

Manufacturer Amazon
Part Number ED060XC3 (LF)
Other Part Numbers ED060XC3, ED060XC3 (LF) T1
Product Condition New
Package is Complete With: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite LCD Assembly
Compatibility Kindle Paperwhite,
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Total : 2 Reviews
Average Rating:
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By BrokeKindle All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
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Works Great
I bought my Paperwhite when they first came out and promptly broke the screen. There were no other options at that time except to buy another one. So the broken one sat around for 2 years until I saw this option. I watched a video on YouTube on how to change the screen and it took me about 15 minutes to do it. The metal frame was slightly different from the factory model, but it didn't affect the assembly at all.
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
8/13/14
By Muftobration All my reviews  (1) Verified buyer
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Excellent alternative to buying a refurbished Paperwhite
I contacted Amazon to see what the replacement process was for a damaged screen. My Kindle Paperwhite's screen had been cracked in overhead storage on a flight, so I had to either fix it or replace it. The Amazon customer service rep told me I could get a refurb unit for $87 if I sent my broken one in, but Amazon was running a special that day, offering a $85 refurb unit to everyone, so I went for one of those. Just to avoid being wasteful, I figured I would get this replacement screen from a4c and try to fix my broken Kindle.

Well, after a couple hours of trying to get the broken screen off the metal innards of my Kindle, I finished and waited for the new screen to come. Don't do this! The new screen from a4c came with the metal innards that everything attaches to. You just have to remove the circuit boards from your broken Kindle and put them on the new screen.

Comparing the a4c screen to the refurb Kindle I got (2nd gen, so more uniform backlight), I can hardly tell a difference. The a4c light is not as even at the bottom; you can see where the LEDs are and there are slight dark spots between them, but by the time the light propagates up to the lowest line of text, it's quite even and perfectly fine for my needs. $25 is a bargain compared to a refurb Kindle, if you're handy. Check out the iFixit guide for Kindle Paperwhite repair. It's pretty simple.

I'm very happy I ordered this screen. My girlfriend uses the refurb Kindle I got and now I have my own repaired Kindle. For $25, I'm very happy with this product.
Pros: Quality, Value, Price
Would you recommend this product to a friend?- Definitely yes
7/31/14

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    1. Works Great Review by BrokeKindle
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      Value
      Price

      I bought my Paperwhite when they first came out and promptly broke the screen. There were no other options at that time except to buy another one. So the broken one sat around for 2 years until I saw this option. I watched a video on YouTube on how to change the screen and it took me about 15 minutes to do it. The metal frame was slightly different from the factory model, but it didn't affect the assembly at all. (Posted on 8/13/14)

    2. Excellent alternative to buying a refurbished Paperwhite Review by Muftobration
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      Value
      Price

      I contacted Amazon to see what the replacement process was for a damaged screen. My Kindle Paperwhite's screen had been cracked in overhead storage on a flight, so I had to either fix it or replace it. The Amazon customer service rep told me I could get a refurb unit for $87 if I sent my broken one in, but Amazon was running a special that day, offering a $85 refurb unit to everyone, so I went for one of those. Just to avoid being wasteful, I figured I would get this replacement screen from a4c and try to fix my broken Kindle.

      Well, after a couple hours of trying to get the broken screen off the metal innards of my Kindle, I finished and waited for the new screen to come. Don't do this! The new screen from a4c came with the metal innards that everything attaches to. You just have to remove the circuit boards from your broken Kindle and put them on the new screen.

      Comparing the a4c screen to the refurb Kindle I got (2nd gen, so more uniform backlight), I can hardly tell a difference. The a4c light is not as even at the bottom; you can see where the LEDs are and there are slight dark spots between them, but by the time the light propagates up to the lowest line of text, it's quite even and perfectly fine for my needs. $25 is a bargain compared to a refurb Kindle, if you're handy. Check out the iFixit guide for Kindle Paperwhite repair. It's pretty simple.

      I'm very happy I ordered this screen. My girlfriend uses the refurb Kindle I got and now I have my own repaired Kindle. For $25, I'm very happy with this product. (Posted on 7/31/14)


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