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Laptop Screen Repairs

Laptop Screen Repairs

Laptop screens repairs are probably one of the most common ‘damage repairable’ faults on laptops.

It is so easy to knock a laptop off your knee while sitting watching the TV or drop it while carrying it.  Even leaving a pen or other item on the keyboard before shutting the lid will likely cause the screen to crack leaving you with a cracked or otherwise damaged screen. Laptop Screen Repair

Southport Computers Ltd undertake many laptop screen repairs every week,  in fact, we have probably replaced 1’000’s over the years as we operate two other computer repair businesses, one in Ormskirk and the other St Helens.

We do stock most 15.6″ LED screens as well as some older 15.4″ screens.  We also usually have a few 17″ screens also in stock amongst our shops, however, we can usually have replacements delivered the next working day making some laptop screen repairs complete within 24 hours.

All of the new replacement screen panels we use are quality like for like components or the correct resolution, we do not use some of the copy screens that are available.  This ensures best compatibility with your laptop.

All screen repairs carry a 12 month manufacturers warranty against manufacturing defects.

We do like to offer a price match for our laptop screen repairs, if you receive a cheaper quote from elsewhere, please let us know and we will try and beat it.

We do also carry some used LCD screens from salvaged laptops, these screens are thoroughly tested and can be provided (depending on stock) with significant savings.  Please ask and we will check our stock levels.

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Part of the reason we closed our Southport Computer shop was due to Merseyside police failure to protect us from a theft that resulted in a persistent targeted attack against our business and the owners. This attack came from the thieves and the local news outlet call OTS News in Southport. The owner (Joel Rodwell) posted malicious information on his OTS website resulting in a criminal investigation against him. Joel blamed his dead father on the malicious attack against me even though I have all emails sent by Joel. Police Office Constable 5652 Ford getting away with Misconduct. Assisted by Police Constable 8086 Neil Dixon (of PSD who was investigating the com...

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Dear customers. It is with regret that we have decided to sell our Southport Computers business as a going concern. If you are interested in this established computer business, please contact us in the first instance via Facebook message.

The sale will include all aspects of the business including property lease, fixtures and fittings, No.1 ranked website and of course, the cherished phone number 510000.

We would like to thank all customers for their business and support over the years. We are not too far away as we still operate our main computer business in Ormskirk called Danoli Solutions Ltd.

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2 years ago

Southport Computers Ltd

Lancashire Police
Detectives have released CCTV footage following an arson attack at an address in Ormskirk.

Around 12.25am on March 9, a light coloured Vauxhall Astra car pulled up in Grimshaw Lane.

A male passenger left the vehicle, ran across a pub car park and approached the driveway of a property in Yew Tree Road.

Accelerant was poured over the bonnet of a Volkswagen car and ignited before the male returned to the Vauxhall and made off from the scene.

The front of the vehicle was destroyed, with heat from the blaze damaging a Citroen car parked on the driveway.

Fire crews attended the scene and the fire was quickly extinguished.

The occupants of the property, including two children, were inside the home at the time of the attack. No injuries were reported.

Detectives are appealing for information and are particularly keen to speak to anyone who recognises this man, pictured, in connection with their enquiries.

Det Sgt Stephen Monk, of Lancashire Police, said: “We have launched an investigation following an arson attack at an address in Ormskirk.

“The occupants, including two children, were inside at the time of the fire and have been left extremely upset and shaken up by this incident.

“We believe this is an isolated attack and are particularly keen to speak to this individual, pictured. He has a distinctive run and we believe someone may know who it is.

“Following enquiries, we believe the vehicle used by the offender is a light coloured Vauxhall Astra registered between 1998 and 2001. If you saw this vehicle, or anyone acting suspiciously in the area around the time of the offence, please contact us.”

Anyone with information can contact police on 101 quoting crime reference SB1700895.

Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted on 0800 555111 or online at

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