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For many people, a broken laptop means that they will have to spend time and money looking for a replacement laptop. However, what the majority of laptop owners don’t realise is that depending on which part of their laptop is broken, money can be saved and a spare part bought (such as the ones here at Laptop Power UK) bought and fixed instead.

Considering the fact that a new laptop computer can cost hundreds of pounds, it is surprising that more people don’t do a little research and see which laptop parts they are able to replace:

•    Laptop Adaptors – these are the most vital part in powering a laptop. By plugging into a mains socket, this will power your laptop for as long as you need. If it breaks, however, or if you leave it somewhere then your laptop won’t be powered for long
•    Laptop Batteries – eventually a laptop battery can stop retaining a charge, leaving you with no way to power your machine when it is away from the adaptor. By buying a replacement battery or a couple of spare ones, you can ensure that a black-out doesn’t happen
•    Laptop Screens – one of the more horrifying breakages to happen to a laptop is a broken screen but it does not mean the end of the laptop’s life. Instead, a replacement laptop part is easy to find and fit even for a layperson
•    Laptop keyboard – even a laptop keyboard can be fixed by someone with very little experience of laptop parts.

The main thing is to realise that laptop parts can be the best solution for a laptop that is not functioning well.

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