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Sony Laptop Screen Repair – For the DIY engineer

There are only a few jobs you can really do yourself, without experience when it comes to Laptop repairs. One of these is the Laptop Screen Repair. This is quite a nice job to do as it is simple and does not involve stripping the laptop down leaving you with cables and parts all over the place that you can struggle to put back together. For instance, your Sony Vaio VGN Laptop Screen should only involve you removing a few screws holding the plastic screen bezel in place and then maybe another four screws that hold the screen onto its metal frame. The Laptop Display Panel can then be unclipped from the ribbon cable and sometimes the inverter. That is basically all there is to it.

For your Sony Vaio PCG-713N Screen, Sony Vaio VGN-FE570 Screen or Sony Vaio VPC-EC1M1E Screen fitting instructions you can see on our website a walk through instruction page that has each step in the process. Each step has a picture to compare with to ensure you are on the right track and before you know it you too will have completed your Laptop Screen Replacement. Order yours today at

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