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Replace Sony Vaio Screen – Replace your broken screen with ease.

Even if you have no experience or are worried about trying to replace your Sony Vaio Screen there is no need to worry. It is relatively simple is you have a screwdriver and a little patience. Before you start take a look at the plastic surrounding your Laptop Screen. There will usually be at least four small plastic gromits in the corners. Under these hide the first set of screws you need to remove.  The plastic screen surround can then be clipped off remembering to be very careful not to snap it. The Laptop Display Panel can then be unscrewed from its metal hinges and the cables going into it disconnected. There you have it, the screen has been removed.

To source your Sony Vaio PCG-7134M Screen, Sony Vaio PCG-3A1M Screen or Sony Vaio VGN-A130  Screen is easy. All you need to do is enter this model number into our website to be shown the screen you need. The model number on a Sony is usually in the bottom right of the screen plastics. We will get the screen dispatched the same day and it will reach you rapidly. The less time you spend without your laptop the better and we are here to help.

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