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Demand for laptop replacement parts soars as the UK consumer feels the pinch

When is a repair worth doing? More and more owners of laptops up and down the UK are going to be asking themselves this question. Well, the cost of repairing a laptop is always going to be compared to the cost of buying a new one before a customer decides to go ahead with a laptop repair, or alternatively purchasing a replacement part for their laptop.

The good news for owners of laptops is that the vast majority of problems with laptops can be solved or repaired economically. By this we mean it is cheaper and more cost effective to repair the laptop you have than to go down to PC World and buy a new one. Of course if a laptop has suffered liquid damage then the chances of repairing it successfully are less, however a lot of liquid damaged machines can also repaired as long as they are looked at soon after the damage as occurred.

As times get tougher and people are looking for their budgets to go further and further, there really is no longer any excuse for customers writing off old laptops because of viruses, cracked laptop screens, faulty laptop batteries and lost laptop chargers. As well as repairing laptops for residents of Liverpool from our Liverpool Hunts Cross computer shop, we are also Europe’s largest distributor of OEM laptop spare parts for customers looking to repair their own laptops. You know the phrase: look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves!

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