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HP Pavilion DV6000 screens – Still requested time and time again

Despite its ageing nature, many people each and every day are replacing cracked HP Pavilion DV6000 screens. As the most popular HP laptop of its generation, it was fitted with a standard 15.4” single CCFL laptop screen. Since the majority of these laptops were sold to retail users most of them have glossy screens (also known as glare laptop screens) fitted into them.

The price of these 15.4” laptop panels has gone up recently due to manufacturers phasing them out of production in the second half of 2011. However the cost of replacing your HP Laptop Screen is far less than the cost of getting a brand new equivalent of this laptop. As well it also saves you the hassle of transferring all your data, windows, printer settings and wireless keys etc. Let’s face it most people would like to save themselves this hassle, as well as keeping their costs down.

We offer full fitting instructions which are easy to follow, and it is estimated it will take you between 15-20 minutes to fit the DV6000 screen. All Laptop Power UK customers are also safe in the knowledge that if you get stuck our technical support team is only ever a phone call away. Now that’s what we call great service! Try speaking to someone technical at some of the bigger nationwide stores – no chance!

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