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Changing your laptop screen

Laptop screens are unfortunately easily damaged; even a small drop or accident can mean that your laptop is no longer able to function properly. In the past, this has meant expensive and lengthly repairs running into hundreds of pounds, or replacing the whole laptop with a new one – neither of which are ideal solutions.

These days however, there is another option that is quicker and far more affordable. Laptop screen repairs don’t mean that you have to go down the expensive route, because with Laptop Power UK you can carry them out yourself at home.  We stock compatible laptop screens for all major makes and models, so whatever brand your notebook is, we should have a compatible laptop screen replacement that matches. You can search for your laptop on our website to see if we provide replacement laptop parts for your laptop – all of which can be fiitted by you at home without the need for specialist technical knowledge.

We provide full instructions for replacing laptop screens, so whether you are trying a laptop LCD screen replacement or a TFT, you can follow our step by step guide to make sure you get it right.  However, if you don’t feel confident about attempting this yourself, we also have a laptop screen replacement fitting service; another cost-effective way of getting the job done. Our service is a fraction of the cost of a manufactuer’s laptop screen repair and we will have your laptop back to you as quickly as possible, meaning no lengthly delays in getting your computer back up and running.

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