Trying to decided if screen replacement is the logical choice, can be frustrating. Let us help you decide what is right for your budget and your laptop.
Should I replace the screen?
In most cases the answer is yes. That being said, the age of the laptop and specifications are two determining factors. Call us today for a no hassle consultation to discuss the issue and solution.
The broken or cracked screen is the most common and obvious laptop screen issue. Broken or cracked screens usually involve a screen replacement and sometimes a hinge replacement. For both touch screen and non-touchscreen models, this can be a very reasonable fix. Cost varies depending on size, year, make, model and resolution. Call us with model and serial number for a free, no pressure estimate.
Shadows sometimes appear in the middle of the screen. This means that the screen is worn out and time for replacement.
Colored lines are also a sign your screen needs to be replaced.
Computer Turns On, but Not the Screen
If the computer was working fine the last time you used it, the screen is probably ok, but the driver or software is not. Diagnosing this could be a little more tricky. You could be experiencing a software conflict from a recent update or a separate hardware issue misleading you into thinking your screen is bad. Don't panic, call us today for possible issues and a guaranteed SOLUTION.