ASUS ZENBOOK UX360CA UX360UA Screen Replacement

Suit for ASUS ZENBOOK UX360CA UX360UA laptop repair, resource directly comes from OEM factory, each piece well tested before shipping, with unbeatable price among all the lcd suppliers in Shenzhen area, our company stand behind the products, and the products speak for us.
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1.Product Introduction

Suit for ASUS ZENBOOK UX360CA UX360UA laptop screen repair, resource directly comes from OEM factory, each piece well tested before shipping, with unbeatable price among all the lcd suppliers in Shenzhen area, our company stand behind the products, and the products speak for us, stable supply guaranteed, meantime we provide best after-sales service among all the competitors, that`s the key to maintain a healthy long term business relationship.

2.Product Parameter


Screen size: 15.6 inches

Model: ASUS ZENBOOK UX360CA UX360UA touch screen digitizer replacement

Condition: High Quality Touch screen grade A (no bubbles)

Contain: touch panel glass

3.Product feature and application

Suit for ASUS ZENBOOK UX360CA UX360UA touch screen digitizer replacement, Brand new condition.



4. More about us




5. Package and Warranty


All of our items are tested and found working.

Package : ensure keeping clean and safe

Firstly packed with anti-static bag

Secondly pack bubble bag,If slim type ,we will add with Cardboard between screens; 

Lastly pack with foam and box.




This product warranty for 3 months from the date of receipt of the customer,


The human factor damage is not covered by the warranty


The seller is not covered by the warranty shipping costs


The refund will be return after the return parcel received. all goods are labeling


Identification do not tear, Otherwise will be no warranty, thank you for your understanding.


6.  FAQ

Q1:  Which payment method do you accept?

A: We accept payment through Wire Transfer, Western Union, Money Gram and Paypal.


Q2:  What kind of warranty do you provide?

A: We provide 12 months warranty but not include human violence caused damage, like flex cable ripped off during the installing, or the lcd cracked while doing the installing job.


Q3:  How is your QC process.

A: We have strict QC process and we test each piece lcd screen before the products get to warehouse, and we test them one more time right before the shipping, 100 percent guarantee they are in good condition before the shipping, and control the total faulty rate under 3 percent. 


Q4:  Do you have other models available ?

A: Sure we do have other models available, basically cover all the models for laptop touch screen assembly.


Q5:  If I bought large quantity, would you provide discount ?

A: We are doing wholesale business here, based on different quantity, the unit price will also be different, This is a sure thing.

7. Latest news

Something about Fixing larger laptop models


For the final laptop model we've taken on a complex business-class model. Your standard 15-inch Intel Core model tends to be very simple inside, if you ever open one up you'll be lucky to find much more to it than the mobo and cooling module. Everything else is directly soldered to the mobo, this helps to cut costs across the board from development and manufacturing to maintenance and support.


Effectively, they're not scary at all! Beyond regular upgrades the most common issues with laptops tend to be ports failing, primarily the power connector but this extends to headphone jacks and USB ports.


If you're lucky the laptop design has these as removable modules or plug-in connectors, but this is unusual. More likely they are soldered directly onto the mobo making them harder to replace but not impossible. We've shown you below how you can replace both a soldered-on component and a plug-in module.


This, in theory, will work for any component, however the easiest onboard components to replace are generally power sockets and audio jacks. We'd shy away from USB ports and they tend to have far more physical support due to their size.


Fix her up

As we mentioned with netbooks, replacing an entire mobo isn't out of the question. They're easy enough to remove and transferring the CPU is straightforward too. If yours has one, the GPU can be switch too. Your main problem will be locating the replacement motherboard in the first place.


eBay tends to be your best bet, but there's no harm checking to see if the original manufacturer will supply one direct, but it will remain costly.


So far we've taken things about as far as we can, having stripped the system right down to the last component. The chassis can be damaged with cracks or have chunks taken out of them and you don't need to live with that.


Most DIY stores sell epoxy putty, this is a solid form of epoxy that you can mould in your hand and sculpt to form a section of case or push into cracks and gaps. It sets rock hard so reinforcing and keeping a damaged chassis water proof. It's also possible to sand the set epoxy down and paint it for a professional finish.


Another common pain that laptop owners have to suffer are external power supply unit failures. Again eBay is the simple answer, with replacement PSUs available at a fraction of the cost.


Frayed power connectors are another annoyance with PSUs. Standard replacement DC power plugs are easily sourced on eBay or Maplin and are simple enough to fit.


Screen repair


Once you've confirmed it is a broken screen you'll need to track down a suitable replacement either on eBay or from specialists such as at and it could cost as little as £60.


If you're having other display problems such as a dim or flickering screen, the likely cause is the inverter that powers the screen. You should try and replace this first on its own, as it's a far cheaper part than the panel. If the problem turns out to be the panel's backlight then that will require a new panel.


To access the panel itself remove the rubber grommets and the screws hidden beneath. This will free the plastic facia and provide access to the panel itself. You'll need to disconnect any cables connected to the back of the original panel and unscrew it from the securing frame.


Installing the new panel is a case of reversing this process.


Power connector

Replace a busted power connector to resurrect a dead laptop


01. Power issues


A commonly damaged component due to its heavy use is the power connector of a laptop. While some might like to put this down to some type of conspiracy theory it's actually more so corporate buyers know devices can be easily serviceable. So you'll find that many use drop-in replacements such as the pictured one available from eBay.


02. Drill down and down


The power connector is often located under many layers of your laptop. Ideally if it's an attached component, as in this case, you'll just need to order the correct part from the manufacturer or eBay. On cheaper models it's likely to be soldered directly to the mobo in which case follow the walk-through below.


03. Replace the damaged one


Lenovo has thoughtfully added millions of screws between us and the connector but also a bunch of removable add-in cards. Once there it's a case of attaching a single connector and a ground line, the rest is down to routing the cabling under the add-in network card.


Connection replacement

A common issue are damaged on-board connectors


01. Survey the damage


Crackling and intermittent cut outs can be caused by a few things but one of the main culprits beyond damaged cables is the connection itself. Over time the physical twisting and yanking, plus expansion from heat, can eventually break a solder spot and start to cause audio problems or make the entire connection fail.


02. Out with the old


To remove a mobo-soldered connection you'll need a soldering iron, solder and 2mm de-soldering braid. Place the braid over the solder spot, hold the iron on this for a second, add a small amount of solder, reapply the iron for a second and lift. The braid will suck up all the solder, simply repeat until it's all gone.


03. In with the new


Make sure you select the correct replacement connection. Push it firmly against the PCB and melt solder into the solder points. Try not to hold the soldering iron on a spot for more than a couple of seconds, else you're likely to start damaging plastics and components. Test and you should be done.