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is it still possible to have a laptop's monitor repaired when it has a problem w

  1. coeline profile image61
    coelineposted 7 years ago

    is it still possible to have a laptop's monitor repaired when it has a problem with the lcd (got...

    lines showing on it)? does it really have to be replaced? some other cheaper options?

  2. RogerAD profile image59
    RogerADposted 7 years ago

    Often the laptop's screen will need to be replaced, but it is a good idea to check the connection first, because a loose display connection can cause problems too.

    Your laptop's screen is connected to the motherboard and you can usually see the connection if you remove the laptop's keyboard. Check your manufacturers website for instructions, but it usually isn't too difficult to remove a keyboard, although you must be careful not to damage the keys.

    If it is the display, you can often find a good deal on ebay and it would certainly be cheaper than buying a new laptop.

    Your laptops service manual should have a section on replacing the screen as well and there are usually some good guides online with pictures.

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    Vin79posted 7 years ago

    Yes, as long as the damage is not physical. If you are in the US try this website

    http://www.keyservicesmw.com/LCD-repair … 6wodLFBE3w

    Also if you want latest reviews on laptops check out http://gadguru.net

  4. bettanywire profile image56
    bettanywireposted 7 years ago

    It can be possible as long as you can ask help from a computer expert. The best thing to do is to buy a new one.

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    spywareexpert10posted 7 years ago

    Recently I have the same problem and I took my laptop for repair and the computer repair guy said that in most cases it must be replaced my a new one.

  6. joysmith123 profile image55
    joysmith123posted 7 years ago

    I think you should replace your screen and should take technical advice. I would like to suggest visit http://www.acesupport.co.uk they may solve any technical problem. I have good experience with them.