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Liverpool Computer Shop – Liverpool’s number one IT Repair shop

The North West’s premier Laptop Repair shop, Laptop Power UK, based in Hunts Cross, Liverpool is now open for business. We cater for all makes of Laptops, Desktops, Games Consoles, Smart Phones and more. Using the highest quality parts and with time served engineers we are confident we can get your ailing equipment back up and running quickly and more importantly, without breaking the bank.

Whether you need a Laptop Screen Replacement, Liverpool Virus Removals, Liverpool IPhone Repairs or Liverpool DC Socket Repairs we are the place to come. With many jobs completed within 24 hours our on-site repairs centre ensures your repairs are turned around rapidly and at great prices. All repairs come with our in store warranty. For information on any proposed repairs and to find out about our charges call 0151 203 5855. We are only too happy to help. Why not pop in to view our range of accessories and range of laptops for sale.

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