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Liquid Crystals in laptop repair?

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Hi, recently i broke my laptop [the crystal's behind the screen] and i was wondering what do you think it will cost me to get it fixed. It is under gaurantee but i don't think the company will pay for this as it is damagednot a fault. I do not have it insured either. [stupid i know]

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your best bet is to see if the damage is covered under the waranty...if it's not it could be $100+ to fix the LCD...they aren't always the cheapest parts...if it's literally just the screen that's busted..you might be able to find a replacement screen on ebay...or by doing a google search for the LCD for your model laptop....it's a rellatively easy replacement..but can get tricky depending on the laptop
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