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Topic # 110300 7-Oct-2012 11:38
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Hi guys anyone have an idea where i could get a replacement screen for my Asus 1015bx netbook and what sorta costs we looking at will install myself.
see if its worth it cause dam they are slow clunkers lol
thanks for your help guys and gals

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  Reply # 709973 31-Oct-2012 17:09
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In general it might not be worth replacing for a cheap machine.

But I'd recommend http://mikipro.co.nz as I've used them several times for laptop screen replacements.




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  Reply # 720183 20-Nov-2012 16:02
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Agree with dman. Cost for screen repair can expensive although the netbook screen is quite small so expect the part would be cheaper then normal laptop. check http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/showthread.php?127214-Broken-ASUS-Eee-Netbook-1015BX guy on here saying could order from the states which is what I would look to doing.

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