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My laptop screen needs a new ribbon

I've just brought a second hand laptop and found out that it needs a new ribbon for the screen and have no idea were to get one from it's for a fujitsu siemens life book e series

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Hi there :)

After I did some research for you and for the part you mentioned I found that RogerHenson can be very helpful. You will be required to send him a detailed email with the laptop info (serial number, model number brand , year of manufacture etc). Tell him which part you require and he will be able to send it to you via courier within a short time :) Here is the email roger@rogerhenson.com he is very helpful for sourcing out hard to find laptop parts :)

It was nice helping you :) and hope you wll be up and running soon :)

Best Regards

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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