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Can Anyone Replace A Laptop Screen?

Although damaging a laptop screen is fairly easy to do, fixing it isn’t, and by attempting to do so yourself you could be rendering the laptop unusable or voiding the warranty. However, considering that laptop screen repairs can often cost more than the laptop did in the first place, fixing a laptop screen yourself could be a viable option.

If you do consider yourself capable of laptop screen repair, you will need to identify for certain if it is actually the laptop screen that’s causing the damage. Remember that just because your laptop hardware apparently ceases to function, this doesn’t automatically mean it is not a software problem. The best way to check if it is your laptop screen that is the issue is to hook you laptop to a computer monitor. If it works then you most likely have a broken screen.

The next step is to get access to your screen, and this way you will be able to determine what compatible laptop parts you will need (i.e. take note of the manufacturer’s number on the back of the part). Getting to your screen shouldn’t be too difficult, and briefly you will need to remove the screws surrounding it, then un-click the bezel and then remove the screws holding the screen in place.

Of course if you’re in any doubt about laptop screen replacement, getting a professional to do the job is wise idea. At Laptop Power not only can we offer replacement laptop screens, but also a laptop screen replacement service – saving you the hassle of a difficult job.

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