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Location: addison, il
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Warranty problems!!!

I broke my lcd screen on my lenovo laptop, and was wondering how to replace it. I can't seem to find a number online for were to call to get the screen fixed. Every number I phone on the site does not have any information on warranties. I have a Lenovo G650. I am willing to pay money to get this fixed by lenovo, but I just cannot find the number to call to call for the warranty/repair desk. Any information will be helpfull

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Re: Warranty problems!!!

United States call 800-426-7378, for Canada call 1-800-565-3344.



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Re: Warranty problems!!!

If you can't repair it yourself, you should consider getting a new laptop, as this will be cheaper than getting it fixed by the depot.
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Re: Warranty problems!!!


lead_org wrote:
If you can't repair it yourself, you should consider getting a new laptop, as this will be cheaper than getting it fixed by the depot.

This, Lenovo charges around $900 to replace a broken screen. You can do it yourself for under $200, probably closer to $100 depending on what resolution the screen is.