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HP G60 Screen Won’t Turn On – Time for a screen replacement or repair?

When your laptop screen will not turn on there is usually an issue with the laptop. As a common fault with the HP and Compaq laptops, we can usually rule out a Laptop Screen fault unless there is some visible damage such as a crack in the panel. Instead you will more likely than not require a Laptop Motherboard Repair. The reason no image is displayed on the HP G60 Laptop Screen is because of a problem with the graphics chip which sits on the main electronics board.

There is a lot of heat generated within this chip and over time and without proper cooling, the solder connecting this chip to the motherboard breaks. The image cannot now reach the laptop screen. The options now are a new motherboard which will be prohibitively expensive or a repair from Laptop Power UK. We have the state of the art equipment available to repair these intricate connections which will once again allow the laptop to function as normal. For any laptop repair enquiries you can come in store or call 0151 203 5855

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