why fixing your lcd monitor yourself is the best option
There was a time when most people would never even have dreamed of attempting to resolve a problem with their laptop with their own hands, or of trying those hands at LCD monitor repair. People believed that laptops were essentially very complex devices and that they were impossible to repair except by an extremely well trained and qualified technician.
And at one point this assumption might well have been accurate. Laptops were still in the experimental stages, and they were not very modular and could often be difficult to figure out and understand by anyone who was not a qualified technician. But as more and more people bought laptops, it became worthwhile for manufacturers to simplify the processes of their production. They did so in a number of ways. First of all, they made the actual construction of the laptops more modular. This made the laptops easier to assemble, and thus cut production costs. As a side effect, it also made laptops easier to repair by anyone who was really interested in doing so. Manufacturers also made many of the components of a laptop easier to produce, and component designs became more efficient.
All of this had the unintended effect of making LCD monitor repair easier as well. However, despite this change for the better, laptop repair costs remained high. Why this should be so is impossible to say. Perhaps laptop technicians just felt like keeping costs high. However, more technologically savvy customers began to react to this disparity between easy of repair and repair cost by repairing their laptops themselves. This is not as hard a task as it may first appear, precisely because of the way manufacturers have simplified the entire production process.
Yes, needs a certain basic knowledge of some repair skills like soldering, but these are easy to learn, and once you have learned them, repairing your laptop actually becomes quite easy. Laptop LCD screens are an excellent case in point. Repairing them is usually extremely easy, and generally just involves replacing some blown capacitors, a job that takes no more than an hour or two, and which can instantly return your LCD screen to full function.
Why should you pay an exorbitant price for a job that is essentially so simple? Almost ninety percent of issues that arise with an LCD screen are linked to a simple capacitor problem, and can be solved by a simple replacement of the damaged capacitors. So the next time your screen flickers just remember that LCD monitor repair is easy.