When a laptop screen breaks, you may notice a variety of visual defects, such as stuck or incorrectly colored pixels, colored lines, blurred colors, parts of the screen that appear black, or the screen won't turn on at all. In this case, you have several options: you can connect the device to an external monitor, repair the screen, or buy a new laptop. If the external monitor is working properly and only the laptop has issues, then the problem can be narrowed down to either the screen or the video cable. If you decide to replace the screen, it's worth investing in a model that is useful to you, even if you end up repairing the laptop or buying a new one later on.
The typical rule of thumb is that if the cost of repair is less than 50% of the laptop's purchase price, it's worth it. Screen Surgeons offers laptop screen replacement and repair services for cracked, broken and damaged LCD screens and monitors for laptops and computers. If your laptop doesn't stay on when it's turned on, it may be a hardware problem and should be taken to a repair center for diagnosis. If you see a small horizontal black line in the center of the screen when you open your laptop, this could be caused by a faulty video cable.
If your laptop suddenly starts changing color from red, blue, white, black and green, this could be due to a faulty graphics card. If the screen doesn't show anything or appear blank even though all LED lights are on, this could be caused by a faulty inverter board. If your Lenovo laptop's screen has started to break on its own, it's best to take it to a repair center to determine the average cost of repair. If you connect your laptop to an external monitor and see a black band that doesn't appear on the monitor, this could be caused by a faulty video cable.