If you have an LCD monitor that needs repair, look no farther. SDPCM can replace the backlight, inverter, or whatever part is giving you trouble. We also offer fixes for laptop screens. Contact us to learn more. If your computer monitor isn't working right, odds are good it can be fixed instead of having to buy a replacement. A new LCD can cost upwards of one hundred and fifty dollars, while a new backlight or inverter will run less than half of that. If your screen is looking dim or even completely dark (but still turned on) odds are good that you only need a new inverter or backlight. If the monitor won't turn on at all, it could be as simple a matter as a broken switch or a power supply issue. Any of these problems can be easily repaired for far less than what you would pay for a new monitor. Not only will you be saving money, but you'll also be conserving, going green, and preventing e-waste. It's a win all around!
Monitors wear out over time, and when they do, customers frequently wonder if they can be repaired or if they should just be junked. The good news is that in many cases the LCD monitor can be fixed to be just as good as new. All it takes are a few inexpensive parts and a soldering iron. If your monitor appears dim, odds are good that you have a bad backlight or inverter. Either one of these can cause the screen to go dark. Fixing it is as simple a matter as opening up the case and replacing the broken part. Even a broken or cracked screen can be replaced, even if it's on a notebook or laptop computer. Backlights and inverters are relatively inexpensive compared to the price of a brand new LCD monitor. So, don't throw away your old monitor, get it repaired instead and save money, conserve landfill space, and cut down on e-waste.