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Laptop Power UK – Liverpool’s leading Playstation and Xbox Repair Centre

Having a state of the art repair centre on the Asda Hunts Cross retail park, Laptop Power UK is the leading games console repairer in the North West. Liverpool’s residents can enjoy our speedy and competitive games console repair service. Whether you need a blu-ray drive replacing our are suffering from the dreaded red ring of death problem – Laptop Power is the obvious local choice for Liverpool Playstation Repairs and Liverpool Xbox repairs.’

Most console repairs are ready to be picked up the very next day meaning minimal downtime on ‘Call of Duty’ or whatever your game of choice happens to be. As well as offering games console repairs we are also the region’s leading laptop repair centre and computer repair specialist. We are able to deal with both hardware and software issues and we are open 7 days a week.

With the best prices and service in the region, drop your laptop, iphone, blackberry – or whatever happens to be  the problem off – and we will provide you with a quote free of charge. We offer a no fix no fee policy – and we also dont charge any inspection fees.

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2 Responses to “Laptop Power UK – Liverpool’s leading Playstation and Xbox Repair Centre”

  1. admin Says:

    We can replace lasers in-store and have the majority of them in stock.
    Please bring the equipment with you into the store for a quote.Many thanks

  2. admin Says:

    Hello

    It would depend on whether it would need a full drive replacement. We can give you a free quote if you drop it off in store.

    The full drive would be £59.99

    Regards

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