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HP G60 Screen Flicker – What is causing this?

What is causing your HP G60 Laptop Screen to flicker? The most common reason could be due to a fault with the backlight. This is the part inside the Laptop Screen that gives the screen power to light up and show the image. It may be failing because of age or maybe even a bang to the laptop display panel. The back light can be replaced but you would need to take it to a Laptop Repair Store for expert help. This could end up costing you as much as a complete brand new laptop screen so is it really worth it?

If possible it is always preferable to replace with a brand new HP Laptop Screen. Unlike the manufacturer we will guarantee the replacement for a full 12 months. Fitting is not difficult and avoids you paying a repair store to do the job for you. From only £60 a new 15.6″ laptop screen is both affordable and will stop the annoying flickering you experience every time you use it. Eliminate the cause of the flickering HP G60 Laptop Screen and bring your laptop back to full working order.

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