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Michail 30 May 2023
Samsung Mobile hardware
Samsung officially launched its self-repair program in South Korea covering smartphones, laptops and TV repairs. Users will be able to order spare parts and tools for self-repairs covering the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S22 series of smartphones. The program covers display, back cover and charging port parts and the required tools to complete the repair. Samsung is expected to add support for more devices in the future.
In addition, users will be able to order spare parts for the Galaxy Book Pro 15.6-inch notebook as well as three TV models of the UN32N4000 series. Laptop repairs include display, touchpad, fingerprint/power button, front case, rear case and rubber elements. Samsung South Korea will provide official repair manuals and videos for each supported repair via its official website.
Following smartphone repairs, users will be able to perform a self-diagnosis inside the Samsung Members app to assess their repair. Users will be able to return their used parts to Samsung for a partial refund and safe disposal.
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