The 12.3” huge and bright PixelSense Display of the Microsoft Surface device has a quality ratio of 3:2 and 10 point multi-touch element.
Apart from the gazillion characteristics of Microsoft Surface devices, you need to be extra careful while handling the device. One fall or crashing into another surface would result in a cracked screen or screen with bubbles. It could also be internally damaged and stop working. Touchscreens are extra sensitive to every fall, and it is best to be careful while using your device.
In case of a fall or damage that causes your Microsoft Surface Screen to stop working or be physically damaged. You must send it for repair.
If you have the warranty of your device, then you can send it directly to Microsoft, and they will repair it for free. However, in the case of no warranties, below are a few helpful tips for you:
Detect the issue:
It is essential you are entirely sure why your Microsoft Surface device’s screen is not working. Whether it is due to a broken LCD, broken front glass, surface pen not working, blur screen, or vertical lines on the display screen.
These are caused when you drop your device on a hard surface, press the screen too hard or if it has been in contact with water.
It is essential to know the reason behind your screen not working or having an idea about what is wrong with the screen as you will then be able to explain to the several repairing services what repairs you need to get done. This way they will be able to quote the prices they will charge for their services, and then you can compare the prices of different services and hire the one that best suits your budget!
Look for a Microsoft Surface Screen repair service:
You must avoid solving the issue on your own. Look for reviews on social media about the services in your locality, or ask your acquaintances and family, if they have had any experience. Ensure they are licensed and legit and have at least a few years of experience, as hiring a relatively new service could end up with more damage to your device. Only hire service after doing thorough research and being 100% satisfied.
Things to do before sending it for repair:
Have you Detected the reason behind your Microsoft Surface Screen not working? Were you also able to find a reliable and trustworthy Microsoft Surface Screen Repairing service? Well, here are a few other things you need to do:
If your screen has cracks and bubbles or vertical lines, but you can still use it, make sure you back up all your data present on the device to avoid losing important data.
If all your data has been completely backed up, then delete it from the device to avoid confidential information being misused.
Lastly, remove all external accessories such as headphones, memory cards, hard drives, and USB’s to avoid losing them.
To conclude, you must hire a reliable service as expensive Microsoft Surface devices should not be risked with untrained or unreliable services.
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