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Consult Laptop Power for Laptop Screen Replacements

Laptops screens are incredibly fragile pieces of hardware and can be easily broken or damaged. Dropping a laptop is probably the most extreme way of damaging a laptop screen, but you can just as easily cause problems by pressing too hard on the screen or using the incorrect cleaning solution.

If you think you may have damaged your laptop screen and are considering buying a laptop screen replacement, then first of all check that it is only the screen that is damaged. The bad news is that it is possible that dropping your laptop could have affected the motherboard as well as the screen.

Turn your laptop on and run through a few systems and programmes to check everything is working. If it is clear that it is only the screen that is damaged, then you can begin your search for a reputable manufacturer of laptop spares.

Of course all the big name brand manufacturers will be able to supply you with laptop spares, and in this case, a laptop LCD screen replacement. However, laptop screens are notoriously expensive to buy and fit, so a more affordable solution is to contact Laptop Power. We are a well-established manufacturer of laptop compatible parts which are unbranded and not the manufacturers’ originals. This means that even though we provide unparalleled customer service with great delivery and returns policies, that we can stock laptop spares at a much more competitive price than the bigger brands can.

If you are unsure about where to start, give us a call at Laptop Power with the make, model and serial number of your laptop and we will be able to help with buying replacement parts and fitting them.

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