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How/where can I get a laptop screen replaced?


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#1 kingwolfpup

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Posted 16 March 2015 - 11:45 PM

I need to replace my laptop screen but where do I go if I want them to just do the replacement for me? I can purchase it but I do not want to risk damage by doing the replacement myself. Will something like this be costly? 

 

Sorry if this isn't the right place for me to be posting this, I couldn't figure out somewhere to ask this. 


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 12:51 AM

The best way to change your laptop screen is to check with the vendor's authorised service center near you.
Based on resolution and other specification, the cost may vary.
Another option is to search on google with some strings like <laptop make and model> screen. You will get a lot of options, since some of the thirdparty companies who make the parts on behalf of your vendor also sells it under their name.. Thats a 60-40 chance to match exact specs and will need some research from your side like part id and number, pins etc.
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Posted 17 March 2015 - 08:04 AM

I know you state you do not want to replace it your self, but have you looked a the you tube videos for you make/model?  It is not near as daunting as you might think, taking ones time it is fairly easy to accomplish.  On You tube you will find the correct screen model, which can be purchased on Ebay or the like.  The savings will be significant!  Plus self confidence will be pumped to the max!


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 12:15 PM

If you lived within ten miles and you could procure the parts, I'd ride over and do it for free.  Zip 94538.


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