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7 Reasons to Repair or Replace Your Own Broken Laptop Screen

7 reasons to repair/replace your own broken laptop screen

Often when your laptop screen breaks or cracks you may worry that it is beyond repair, or that such repairs will cost a great deal in time, money and professional help. However, changing a broken laptop screen is much easier than many people initially realize. It need not be a daunting or intimidating task. 

The 7 key benefits of changing your laptop screen yourself

1.) It saves money

During these difficult times replacing your broken screen yourself is much more cost effective than taking your laptop to a specialist shop or purchasing a replacement model. The repair shops, authorized service centres and the laptop manufacturers use the same laptop screens that replacement screen suppliers are selling.

 2.) It is simple and easy

Changing your laptop screen is much simpler than is often initially thought. After using this informative screen replacement video for guidance, thousands of peoples have stated that, whilst initially reluctant, they couldn’t believe how easy the process was. Here are some genuine screen replacement testimonials from other people who have changed their own laptop screen using an online screen supplier.

 3.) It saves valuable time

Having a broken laptop screen of course means that you can easily fall behind on work/college/or university deadlines. Taking your laptop to a repair shop means it could be out of service for days or even weeks. However, our delivery service ensures that products ordered before 2pm (within the UK,) will be with you the next day. Using the guidelines we provide, it should only take 15-20 minutes to replace the old screen with the new, and have your laptop running smoothly again. And remember using an online screen expert means you are more likely to receive the correct replacement screen, first time.

 4.) There's no risk of your laptop being lost

It happens. Items can go missing by post or courier. If you send off your laptop to a repair specialist, or they collect the laptop from you - there is always a small risk of the laptop going missing, even if the item is trackable. The companies insurance *should* cover this (if they are a real company and have insurance), however there is no insurance for your data or personalisations.

 5.) (On a lighter note,) it may earn you respect...   

amongst friends or family members in awe of your newly acquired technical abilities-until they discover for themselves how simple the process can be too. Maybe you can make some extra cash for yourself and change your friends and collegues screens in the workplace, or anybody else you know. Why not put an advert in your local paper?

 6.) It can guarantee quality and reassurance

You may not trust the local repair shop with your computer. There have been many reported cases of data privacy infringement and the theft of confidential details such as financial information. Whilst this is no way a generalization of the conduct of repair shops en masse, several stories do exist of laptops being sent in to rectify a minor fault, (such as a routine screen change,) and being returned to the customer with their entire hard drive wiped. If you change your screen yourself, you can be assured the process will always be carried out with the appropriate quality and care.

 7.) Quality Screen Assurance

You will always be guaranteed to receive a brand new, non reconditioned part from any reputable online laptop screen supplier, and you will see the item and it's quality before fitting.

The next step

 Finding a reputable laptop screen supplier

You will need to find a reputable online supplier of laptop screens, we recommend a google search. Here is some more information on how to choose a reputable laptop screen supplier.

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