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Liverpool’s Premier Computer Repair Centre – Asda Hunts Cross Retail Park

Liverpool’s leading computer repair shop has opened based on the Asda Hunts Cross Retail Park. With three specialist computer repair technicians in store at any time, Laptop Power UK is the first choice option for Liverpool computer repairs and Liverpool laptop repairs.

Laptop Power UK is different from most independent computer repair shops in that we stock all the replacement computer parts and laptop parts required in our Liverpool store. This means that our customers enjoy rapid repair times and cheaper prices. In addition all our staff are specialists in computer repairs and laptop repairs. When it comes to diagnosing laptop problems or replacing cracked laptop screens - you wont find a quicker or cheaper service anywhere else in the North-West.

In addition to laptop repairs, Laptop Power UK also offers games console repairs (Playstation / Xboxes) – so if you are suffering from the dreaded red ring of death, or the yellow ring of death – we will also be able to provide you with a next day repair service from our Asda Hunts Cross Liverpool computer repair centre.

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2 Responses to “Liverpool’s Premier Computer Repair Centre – Asda Hunts Cross Retail Park”

  1. admin Says:

    Yes we do. If you bring the machine in store, our technicans will provide you with a free diagnosis.

    Many thanks

  2. admin Says:


    We can change the laser assembly or full drive if necessary if any of the mechanism has a fault. There are a few different models of drive in the Playstations so the price will range from £60 to £90 depending on which you have. You can call 0151 203 5855 to speak to one of our engineers who will be able to give you a better idea of the fault.


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