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12-01-2013, 07:03 PM
Pretty sure my Toshiba laptop's fan is dying, so I need a replacement, but all the stores I've found seem kind of iffy (using the same text as several US stores and poor grammar and such).

Does anyone know of any good stores in the EU? Paypal payment would be a plus.

Feldspar
12-01-2013, 07:42 PM
A quick google comes up mainly with vendors selling via eBay, which I suppose adds a slight layer of protection. Not sure about EU, though, I'm getting UK results.

iozster
02-05-2014, 08:21 AM
In this site www.pora4ai.com you can find different laptop parts of the following brands Acer Asus HP Compaq Toshiba Fujitsu-Siemens Sony eMachines Lenovo Dell Apple Packard Bell LG Gateway ViewSonic Mtel LightBook RoverBook Asrock Samsung MSI Benq Gericom Gigabyte Medion

trjp
03-05-2014, 10:24 PM
Since this was necroed by a spammer I'll add - just use eBay - you have PayPal as a layer between you and dodgy parts arriving from here, there and everywhere...

Cris_Flat
19-05-2014, 11:57 AM
Since this was necroed by a spammer I'll add - just use eBay - you have PayPal as a layer between you and dodgy parts arriving from here, there and everywhere...
eBay is good enough. Though I would pay attention to some particular part retailers.

trjp
20-05-2014, 02:37 PM
I tend to join to this opinion. This service will be an ideal choice in such a case. It can help solve all related problems without any hassles and in short time.

Was my spammer update just replied to by another spammer or just someone trying to get postcount? :)

Skeletor68
26-05-2014, 04:26 PM
Was my spammer update just replied to by another spammer or just someone trying to get postcount? :)

I concur. Best prices available, not inflated postcount, save super money!

Zephro
27-05-2014, 12:43 PM
Oddly when I had to replace a monitor bracket on my Acer the best price I found was on the Amazon Marketplace. It didn't really have very good information, but once I'd looked up the part numbers elsewhere it was better than the alternatives.

TechnicalBen
27-05-2014, 06:42 PM
Since this was necroed by a spammer I'll add - just use eBay - you have PayPal as a layer between you and dodgy parts arriving from here, there and everywhere...

With the exception of PSUs that explode. One problem with ebay is anyone can sell anything, even if it is not a well built or tested part. :O