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Laptop Screen Replacements – An Economic Repair Almost Always

Laptop screens are fragile things, as you will find out if you leave your pencil on the keyboard and close the lid, or stand on the screen by accident.  Unfortunately a cracked laptop screen cannot be economically repaired.  Laptop Power UK supplies an exhaustive range of laptop screens that cover every type of laptop produced.  In most instances the repair will take you less than 20 minutes to perform and your laptop will be as good as new.

 Our best selling laptop screens are HP Pavilion laptop screens and Acer Aspire laptop screens.  Laptop Power UK pride ourselves on helping people to repair their own laptops and save themselves time and money compared to dealing with either High Street shops with staff that lack specialist knowledge.  All you will need is a small screwdriver, a clear workbench and a set of laptop screen fitting instructions. 

 When trying to locate which type of laptop screen you need there are two ways of approaching it:

 (1)    Search by your laptop’s make and model using the search function on the Laptop Power UK homepage.

(2)    Take your existing screen out and on the back of the screen panel there will be a manufacturer’s part number.  Type this screen part number into the Laptop Power UK homepage where it says ‘search product code’ in the top RHS of our website.

 Customers may also be interested to know that Laptop Power UK are having a special offer on their Dell laptop chargers, which are all original Dell adapters.  Please call our technical sales team if you need any advice – it is likely you will require either a Dell PA10 charger, or a Dell PA12 charger.

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