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Liverpool Console Repairs

You can now get your games console repaired in South Liverpool.  Based on the ASDA Hunts Cross Retail Park, Liverpool, Laptop Power UK’s new retail store has arrived.  If your XBOX 360 is faulty and requires repairing, call our friendly staff for a quick and easy quote on 0151 203 5855. Problems with XBOX 360 include: Power issues, Not turning on, no sound, RROD, Red ring of death , DVD Problems, CD Drive Faulty. We can also repair issues with your Playstation 3 including the ‘Yellow Light of Death’ and ‘The Red Flashing Light’. Our state of the art equipment will have your console up and running within a couple of days, enabling you to once again play your favourite games.

Other faulty consoles that Laptop Power UK can fix include: PSP, Wii, DS, DSi, DSi Lite. When it comes to Liverpool Console repairs, Laptop Power UK is the only place to go. With state of the art repair equipment and fully qualified technicians in-store, we offer the best prices, the quickest turnaround and the longest repair warranties.

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