Question about Sony VAIO PCG-TR2F LAPTOP LCD SCREEN 10.6" WXGA GLOSSY CCFL (SUBSTITUTE PART NO.) (22099254522)

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I have VGNN-NS325J Sony Vaio ... and the monitor its broken like a line acrooss the monitor and like ink going out the line .,.. how much it will cost me repair it ...how it cost a new pantalla for the labtop

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Hi,

I don't have the exact price for LCD replacement but I'm sure that it is the most expensive part of a laptop. It actually costs if not nearly costs like buying a new laptop.

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Hello,
Ebay is your friend for LCD screens.
It looks like the going average for this screen is about $103.99.
http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=Sony+VAIO+PCG-TR2F+screen&_trkparms=65%253A12%257C66%253A2%257C39%253A1%257C72%253A4726&rt=nc&_sticky=1&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_sop=16&_sc=1
If you sent it to Sony or any PC shop they will charge you around $300 for it so your best bet is to use ebay, and put the screen in yourself.
Regards, Chris

Posted on May 25, 2011

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