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Causes of Laptop Screen Failures

Along with damaged power jacks and broken keyboards, damaged screens are the most likely cause of laptops repairs.

Sometimes the problem is not as bad as it seems. Pixel issues, flickering or a jumbled screen might be caused by a loose connection, stuck back light or a problem with your monitor.

However, should you require a laptop LCD screen replacement then the bad news is you will need to prepare yourself for a hefty bill for the part and the work required to fit it.

Laptop screens usually cost up to half of the amount of the cost of the laptop. While you may find some websites encouraging you to fit a new laptop screen yourself, it isn’t really advised because the worst case scenario is that you damage the new one trying to re-fit it, and you could end up with two damaged laptop screens.

The good news is that there is a way to get around paying exorbitant prices for laptop parts. One way is to get in touch with Laptop Power. Laptop Power stock unbranded compatible laptop parts and not the manufacturers’ originals, which means we are able to keep our prices low without sacrificing our quality or service.

Laptop Power provides top customer service, with great policies on delivery and returns. All of our parts are premium quality replacement items, CE certificated and safety approved, and we offer a 12 month warranty on everything.

We also provide a customised laptop parts fitting service, meaning that you don’t have to worry about buying a new laptop screen, fitting the new laptop screen, or the bill afterwards.

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