Now-a-days, electronic devices have become one of the important aspects of our daily lives. Today we will talk about laptops. Laptops are easy to use and carry from one place to another. If you find your device has stopped working unexpectedly. First of all, you want to try fixing the problem yourself and if not possible, look for an expert repair service at your location in the UK. In this post, we will discuss most common laptop hardware related problems and give some suggestions how to repair them.
Laptop Won’t turn on:
When the AC adapter plugs into the laptop, no indicator lights up. When you press the power button, nothing happens. Laptops seem completely dead, no sound, no signs of life. The AC adapter has failed and the battery has no power. In this case, test the AC adapter with a voltmeter. If it’s dead, replace it with a new one. The DC jack is faulty and the board does not receive any power from the adapter.
In this case, the DC jack must be replaced. For, motherboard failure. It must be replaced if it is not too expensive. Otherwise, ready to buy a new one. Instead of doing this, find a professional technician to solve the problems with your gadgets at one of the best service centre.
If your laptop turns on, the power LED lights up, cooling fan works, but nothing appears on the screen. The screen is completely black and blank with no image on the screen. This can be a memory failure. It’s possible one of the memory modules failed. In this case you can try resetting memory modules to make sure they are making good contact with the slot. Remove memory modules one by one and test the laptop with only one module installed. You can try replacing memory modules.
If resetting/replacing memory doesn’t help, try removing the hard drive, DVD drive, modem, wireless card and the keyboard. In other words, disassemble the laptop to a bare minimum and test again. If the laptop still doesn’t turn on, most likely you have failed the motherboard or the processor.
Laptop make noise while running:
When you turn on the laptop everything works fine, except some constant weird grinding or rattling noise. In most cases this noise is coming from the cooling fan or hard drive. Take a closer look at the cooling fan.
If your fan is not spinning and still the laptop makes the noise, this may be from the hard drive. Backup all your personal data and replace your hard drive as soon as possible. In addition, you can remove the hard drive and restart the laptop. If the laptop is damaged, broken or not working, then, look for the best repair technician to solve problems with your gadget.
Laptop Freeze or Shut Down:
The laptop runs normally, but after a while it freezes or shuts down without any warning. When it happens, the bottom feels hot. In addition, the cooling fan runs louder than usual.
This is likely to be a heat-related problem. This is because the fan cooler is blocked by dust and the processor cannot cool properly. Clean the dust from the fan to fix it. If not, visit one of the best repair service centre.
Battery doesn’t charge properly:
The battery stops charging. Charging is only possible after adjusting the position of the AC adapter plug in the power connector. If the charge is not sufficient, try reconnecting the battery. Also, try running the laptop just from the AC power adapter, after removing the battery.
If it works well from the AC adapter, it is likely the battery or the failed motherboard. Try replacing the battery. For a failed DC power connector. The battery will charge only after you have adjusted the position of the AC adapter tip inside the connector, most likely a DC outlet fault. Try repairing it or walk-in with your device and visit the best repair store for any of your repair needs.
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At the Manchester repair centre, we provide repair services for all branded laptops and their respective problems. Our experts are eager to help your damaged devices and make it work as before. Manchester Phone Repairs provide services across the nation in the UK.