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Why are so many laptop screens getting cracked and needing to be replaced?

Despite being the largest distributor of replacement laptop screens in the UK, it still surprises even us how many people require replacement laptop screens.The vast majority of people are buying replacement laptop screens because their previous laptop screen has become cracked.Given there is no way to repair a cracked laptop panel, a new laptop screen in required.However, people also require a replacement laptop screen if their current screen has developed horizontal or vertical lines on it, also known  as banding of the laptop screen.

Laptop screens can become banded simply as a result of product failure.However what is far more common is that the laptop screens become banded as a result of the laptop being dropped.This causes the circuitry on the back of the laptop panel to become damaged and again a replacement screen will be required.All of the laptop screens and panels supplied by Laptop Power UK are sent via a next workind day secure courier which ensures your laptop is back to full health in the minimum time possible.

What a lot of customers get confused by in this area, is the solution to the problem of a dim laptop screen.A dim laptop screen is often indicative of a problem with a small circuit board known as the laptop inverter, and not the laptop screen itself.We recommend that if you are suffering from a dim laptop screen you get a local computer repair shop to assess whether the problem is with the laptop inverter first, and if the problem is not with the laptop inverter, then get in touch and we will ship you the replacement screen for your laptop.

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