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FAQ's

How much does a Samsung Galaxy S7 repair cost?

Samsung Galaxy S7 repair costs are subject to the fault that you're having with your mobile phone and the availability of spare components. In most cases, the cost of a Samsung Galaxy S7 repair is considerably less than a new phone.

What is the typical turnaround time for a Samsung Galaxy S7 repair?

Subject to parts being available, the technicians aim to complete Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs in just 5 business days, upon receipt of the phone. In some cases a repair may take longer. Should this occur, you will be kept up to date on the repair status.

Do Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs come with a warranty?

Yes, each successful Samsung Galaxy S7 repair comes with a warranty. This covers any parts replaced by the experienced technicians, giving you assurance that a repair will be durable and reliable.

Are Samsung Galaxy S7 screen repairs offered?

Yes, the technicians offer Samsung Galaxy S7 screen repairs that cover the S7 and S7 Edge. Whether it's a cracked, broken, smashed, shattered or unresponsive screen, a competetively priced screen replacement can often be provided.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Repairs

If your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge is broken, damaged or no longer working, don't worry! The Samsung Fixers offers Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs from professionals.

Everyday accidents can occur and your mobile might end up with a broken screen. The drop might have dislodged internal components as well.

With Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs, the technicians will meticulously inspect your phone for faults before disassembly and part replacement. Since your original phone is repaired, rather than replaced, you won't even need to restore data in some cases (although we highly advise that important files be backed up beforehand).

Providing fantastic customer service is an important part of the service being offered by the team. The focus is on providing a top quality Samsung Galaxy S7 repair. That means no replacement phones, accessories or insurance policies, just a fuss-free repair. Just check out the recent testimonials from previous customers who have used The Samsung Fixers to locate independent repair centres.

To request Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs, simply fill in the enquiry form. Alternatively you can phone the repair centre with the number shown.

Galaxy S7 Repair

The Samsung Fixers offers a Galaxy S7 repair by knowledgeable technicians who work at fully equipped repair centres. With access to high grade parts and tools, repairs are often possible.

Most problems with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge can be repaired at a low cost. Some of these include:

• Cracked Galaxy S7 screen
• Galaxy S7 screen not responding to touch
• Galaxy S7 not turning on
• Broken headphone jack
• Galaxy S7 speaker no sound
• Galaxy S7 power button not working
• Galaxy S7 camera not working

If the issue with your phone isn't shown, don't worry, as a diagnostic services can identify the issue.

With UK mainland coverage, Samsung Galaxy S7 repairs are provided via a convenient collection and delivery service. Your faulty phone can be picked up from a home or work address. There is no requirement to take time off work or post it in. With a fast turnaround time, your Samsung Galaxy S7 can be repaired to a functioning condition again.

For a professional approach towards Galaxy S7 repair , let The Samsung Fixers assist. Just call the repair centre or fill out the online form for a response by email or phone.

Recent Enquires

cracked screen. not a galaxy s7 edge.

Pete

the device was dropped and landed face down causing the screen to crack, the lcd is also flickering. looking to get a quote for a screen replacement and fit for s7 edge

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s7 edge glass screen cracked

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s7 edge cracked front screen.

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could you quote for replacing the battery on an s7 edge please. thanksian

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cracked screen s7 edge

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s7 battery loses charge very quickly

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hi. i`ve dropped my galaxy s7 edge and the screen has smashed. there is also something which looks it could be a `dead pixel` in the bottom right corner. are you able to assist?

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