A pretty straightforward screen replacement case we had recently was this HP Elitebook Flickering Screen Repair. We knew straight forward that it was either a damaged screen or a damaged screen cable.
The screen was flickering as soon as we try to close or move the screen, which was a clear indication of the fault, especially with the thin laptops, which fail much quicker than previous ticker models.
HP Elitebook Flickering Screen Repair Process
Without wasting much time, we quoted the customer over the phone and booked her for a repair.
Thankfully this was not a touch screen HP Elitebook Flickering Screen. Hence the repair cost was reasonable to have it repaired.
Fitting a new screen was a breeze, as these models use generic screens even our supplier in Adelaide had the HP Screen in stock.
Successful HP Elitebook Flickering Screen Repair
Having local stock was great for the customer too, as we had this HP Elitebook Flickering Screen Repair case done within the same day.
Do you need this Repair in Adelaide?
If your Computer or Laptop is causing trouble and need Laptop Repair Service in Adelaide, give us a call, and we will advise for the best scenario to get your device repaired.
Interstate? Why not Send IT for a Repair. Repairs take under three weeks, including forward and backward postage. Contact us to get an idea of cost and turnarounds.
We at IT-Solve, specialise in Laptop and electronics repairs. We will do our best to repair your Computer quickly without involving high costs and long waiting times in repair shops. Our average repair takes under a week!
Repaired, not Replaced!
We are committed to reducing e-waste in Australia. How we do it is by educating our customers in the repairability and longevity of their devices, as well as providing affordable Laptop Repairs here in Adelaide.
Although our best intentions and hard work, this is not an easy task. Customers must accept that cost of high-quality electronic repairs, is between a third and half of the price of a new device. However, with the current trend of planned obsolescence in electronic design, we see more and more Laptops having shorter lifespans. To tackle that, while we do our repairs we target common planned obsolescence engineering design mistakes to ensure we extend the life expectancy of the Laptops we repair. Check some of our Laptop Repair Cases to get an idea of the process.
That said, if we buy a new one or write it off via insurance, it does not guarantee that the new one will not meet the same fate as the older one pretty soon.
As matter of fact, quite often we see accidents reoccurring within less than 2-year gaps. If we can save 1000$ or even 500$ today by repairing our faulty Laptop is great. That’s an extra half Laptop cost ready to be spent on another one when the time comes or our need for performance increases.
When that time comes is up to us to buy a new one or keep pushing the one we have, but delaying it by a year or three is always a good starting point and saves another abandoned Laptop polluting our one and only Planet.