It’s been 2 days and my son Casey came to me last night and said “Whew, I’m tired. I’m not used to getting up and thinking all day at school”. Yeah, those summer breaks are pretty nice aren’t they bud? He’s adapting but he’s also a senior in High School and “real” life is about to hit him hard. I hope “senioritis” doesn’t set in too early in the year for him!
We are really rocking around the Mission Repair Service Center right now – the back to school season is always a mad scramble to get repairs in and out and back into customer’s hands in time for the first bell to ring. We are ahead of the curve and knocking out repairs like crazy! iPads are being repaired in record numbers and like magic are returning to their rightful owners fast.
Right now through Friday, 8/22/14 at midnight, enter coupon code “SENIOR” to receive a 10% discount off your next repair order. You can enter it online or show a copy of this blog post when you visit one of our locations for service. Please remember that only one coupon per order will apply, but right now this is an easy way for you to save some bucks at Mission Repair. Technicians are standing by.
I’m not sure how to begin this since it is my first Mission:Repair blog post and with 17,000 subscribers – I’m a little intimidated! Well, my name is Melanie, I am the Graphic Designer/Webmaster here at Mission:Repair and I also run most of the Social Media accounts. Ryan is keeping me busy with a lot of new repairs that have been added to the website. One of which is the 7″ Galaxy Tab 2 LCD Repair! This is for the 2nd generation Galaxy Tab with a 7″ display. We have been offering the front glass repair for this device for a while but NOW we have added the LCD Screen Repair.
What’s the difference? I used to think when your ‘screen’ was broken, it needed to be repaired. Simple, right? It wasn’t until I worked here (and asked our technicians A LOT of questions) that I learned that there could be different solutions to a ‘broken screen’ and that your device has a couple different ‘screens’. Without getting technical (I’ll leave that to Ryan), here is how you can tell which kind of screen repair you need.
You may need an LCD Screen Repair if…
Device screen is completely black (the device is on but there is no image displaying on the screen)
Display on the device is discolored
Display on the device has lines through the image
You may need a Front Glass (Digitizer) Repair if…
Glass is cracked and display is still correctly visible
Display looks great but device isn’t responding to touch
While these repairs are separate for the Galaxy Tab 2 7″, some of our ‘Front Glass Repairs’ replace both the LCD and Digitizer (parts are sealed together).
If you’re still not sure what is wrong with your Galaxy Tab 2 7″, or any device for that matter.. Simply set up a Free Diagnosis! Our expert Certified Technicians will diagnose your unit in 24 hours and give you an accurate quote on the cost to repair it. At that point you can choose if you would like to proceed with the repair. *Note: we won’t perform any repairs until we get your approval.