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  1. Kimiki

    Kimiki Newbie

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    Warranty expired 1 month ago. I don't know can i found repair shop like a Louis Rossman's in my country.
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Then unfortunately it's very tricky, for a motherboard swap that price is very good and without expertise I doubt you will have much luck with a repair.
     
  3. BraskSpain

    BraskSpain Notebook Enthusiast

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    BraskSpain Notebook Enthusiast

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    Please, somebody knows where to buy a keyboard? Some of the keys stopped working. Thank you.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Have you spoken to your reseller?
     
  6. alexnode

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    Hi all,
    I have a p970en and the cpu fan died ...it is dying. I contacted pc specialist and I am still waiting for a reply, Do you know what kind of part do I need to order if i replace it myself?
    Edit ...it says BS5205HS-U3Z. It seems that it comes only from China nobody has stock in the UK. That means almost a month of waiting. If you know someone who might have stock please let me know.
     
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  7. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Your reseller is the best option if nothing good is coming up in the likes of eBay/Amazon.
     
  8. alexnode

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    I ordered one from ebay and I have to wait . I am pretty sure that pc specialist will not have stock of spare parts. But you never know. There is a German clevo website with loads of components in stock. But it doesn't have the fan or the heatsink for p970.
     
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    Easter holidays at the moment so will be Tuesday at the earliest response.
     
  10. Mr.Jones

    Mr.Jones Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just checking back in with you guys. So far the laptops holding up well since I purchased it Feb 2019. Just recently had to swap out LCD's, started getting horizontal lines and was told by tech support most likely the screen had gone out, after I verifying the screens connectors to the motherboard were fine.

    Kind of shocked cause although I use the laptop none-stop, my previous Asus laptop screen lasted 5+ years, probably longer if it did not get physically damaged causing it to be replaced.

    Here I am two years later replacing it. Pretty much was told in so many words this is the way the industry is, especially when it comes to electronics. Manufactured obsolescence, producted designed to fail after an artificially set period of time.

    Otherwise people like myself will be walking around with a Note 5 when they haven't convinced me outside of better cameras & making it more difficult to repair. Hurting sales thus profits on their $1200 Note 20 if you keep your old device. Okay, RANT Over but serious just wanted to know if this is common place. Although I use my laptop all the time I have the standard sleep times enabled when not in use
     
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