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11+Elite One stop shop for the very best of MSE

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  • brand8 wrote: »
    Can anyone tell me how much i should be paying to have a cracked screen on a laptop replaced ds is cracked it still works but is cracked on the inside and ink is leeking on the screen know its a bit random but i rang compaq up who wanted £300 plus i just think thats a rip off

    Had to do this - left it on the floor and trod on it (can't even blame the kids for that one :o). Unfortunately the screen will probably keep on leaching till it is unreadable. Google the replacement part cost (there will be plenty of sites) and then add a bit for labour. My replacement screen cost approx £60 and I was lucky as guy at work fitted it in exchange for a pint. Quote from manufacturer was £120 plus VAT. If you get hold of the part (relatively easy) do you know anyone who could fit it for you?
  • celebratecelebrate
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    purdita wrote: »
    Don't know about threaded, but I'm thinking of having mine plaited :rotfl::rotfl:

    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

    purdy i am so trying NOT to imagine you right now:rotfl:

    re the goodfellas pizza's any info on which ones definitely price check, i'm after margerheita's?


    right decisions, decisions............film night with DH or sainsbobs for palmolive?:cool:

    I am soooo going to miss the palmolive coupon:(;)

    will join the fond memories of the dove, sacla and honey shreddies coupons:rotfl:
    GRATITUDE WHEN GIVEN, PATIENCE WHEN DENIED

    Please press the thanks button when someone has helped!
  • celebratecelebrate
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    Had to do this - left it on the floor and trod on it (can't even blame the kids for that one :o). Unfortunately the screen will probably keep on leaching till it is unreadable. Google the replacement part cost (there will be plenty of sites) and then add a bit for labour. My replacement screen cost approx £60 and I was lucky as guy at work fitted it in exchange for a pint. Quote from manufacturer was £120 plus VAT. If you get hold of the part (relatively easy) do you know anyone who could fit it for you?

    my son stood on mine and we have a local computer shop down the market that replaced it for £80, i was sooooo livid at the time:mad:, thought THAT was expensive:rotfl:
    GRATITUDE WHEN GIVEN, PATIENCE WHEN DENIED

    Please press the thanks button when someone has helped!
  • brand8brand8
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    Had to do this - left it on the floor and trod on it (can't even blame the kids for that one :o). Unfortunately the screen will probably keep on leaching till it is unreadable. Google the replacement part cost (there will be plenty of sites) and then add a bit for labour. My replacement screen cost approx £60 and I was lucky as guy at work fitted it in exchange for a pint. Quote from manufacturer was £120 plus VAT. If you get hold of the part (relatively easy) do you know anyone who could fit it for you?
    thanks for reply will ask around my friends and family see if they can help at least i know it wont be £300 + will shop around too
  • debsjcdebsjc
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    Just opened up my last can of 1p Napolina Organic chopped toms from about a year ago. :( That is the kind of mis-price I would absolutely love to see again.

    I had about 12 cartons of the Tesco tomatoes with chilli, that were also 1p, but they have all gone now. Wish I had got more.
  • emmlouieemmlouie
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL5S2AFtGVw

    for all those with children that are as obsessed with Disney Cars as mine:D
  • purditapurdita
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    celebrate wrote: »
    :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

    purdy i am so trying NOT to imagine you right now:rotfl:

    re the goodfellas pizza's any info on which ones definitely price check, i'm after margerheita's?


    right decisions, decisions............film night with DH or sainsbobs for palmolive?:cool:

    I am soooo going to miss the palmolive coupon:(;)

    will join the fond memories of the dove, sacla and honey shreddies coupons:rotfl:

    Fess up....how many did you get?
    PM if necessary....but I need to know :D
    My husband says he will leave me if I don't stop shopping......... God I will miss that man.
  • purdita wrote: »
    Fess up....how many did you get?
    PM if necessary....but I need to know :D

    It's not over yet :D Still time for a "few" more in the next couple of days .....
  • Miss_Laid wrote: »
    I am lucky there are so many here to choose from I can pay as little as £2

    Its £5 in T's and yes I still got a Helping Hand £10 off £80 for threading:p
    If it wasn't for blinds it'd be curtains for all of us:dance:
  • purdita wrote: »
    Don't know about threaded, but I'm thinking of having mine plaited :rotfl::rotfl:

    :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
    If it wasn't for blinds it'd be curtains for all of us:dance:
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