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LIQUID DAMAGE REPAIR

LIQUID DAMAGE DIAGNOSIS & REPAIR

SUFFERED A SPILL?

Water, wine, beer, tea, coffee or even cola – liquid spillage on a laptop/MacBook may result in a failure of the keyboard, motherboard and other internal components. The amount of damage will depend on the extent of the liquid spill and whether the liquid has made contact with the internal components.

HERE'S WHAT WE'LL DO

Identify hardware and/or software issues

Fixed quotation prepared

Repair the device and test for proper functionality

WE SPECIALISE IN LAPTOP/MACBOOK LIQUID DAMAGE

We’re the experts in providing laptop/MacBook liquid damage repair and clean up services and are well-equipped and experienced to offer component level troubleshooting and diagnostics for all makes and models of laptop and MacBook.

WAYS TO GET YOUR DEVICE REPAIRED

INSTORE - £50.00 (excl. parts)

Bring your laptop/MacBook/tablet instore and we will install a new battery and then contact you when it’s ready for collection.

COLLECTION - £75.00 (excl. parts)

We can collect your laptop/MacBook/tablet install a new battery and then contact you to arrange a suitable time to return it.

ONSITE - (Unavailable)

Sorry but this service is not available onsite, please choose from either our instore or collection services instead.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I just spilled something! What should I do?

The first thing you should do is turn off the device and take out the battery if you can. Liquid damage can corrode the system boards inside the machine when the liquid meets an electrical current. If the system has no power, it can’t burn out

For the typical user, noticeable reduction in run time generally will be observed after 18 to 24 months. For a power user, reduction in run time generally may be experienced within 18 months. We recommend buying a new laptop battery when the run time does not meet your needs.

Will my data be recoverable?

Even if your device can no longer turn on we can almost always get data from liquid damaged devices. Liquid damage primarily damages keyboards and motherboards/logic boards, but the hard drive is typically saved.