|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] laptop repair
|On 12/04/2013 12:33 PM, Paul Robert Marino wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Paul Robert Marino wrote:
>> As I said if you can get the parts by all means do it your self but you
>> usually can't get them unless the laptop is very old and they usually are
>> salvaged parts.
>> The only reason to go to a repair location is if you can't get the part you
>> need such as something obscure like a model specific wiring harness on a
>> recent model.
>> And as far as the G3 and G4 laptops those are more than a decade old,
>> salvaged parts from them are relatively easy to find. However you can buy a
>> working one for less than $100 if you know where to look (like google the
>> shopping search) so I don't know why you would bother.
>> And I replaced a ton of those G3 and G4 screens back in the early 2000s when
>> I supported a few hundred of them the chips were always the s
I found someone I think might be good at 7 Dey Street down the block
from the old WTC. He thinks the screen is broken and that I'm looking
at a bill something in the $200 range.