For best results: Reboot your Chromebook once every day!!
My Chromebook broke, now what?
Do you have insurance? If you purchased 3rd party insurance, contact the insurance company and follow their instructions. You can still get a loaner to use while yours is being repaired.
If you do not have insurance, determine how the Chromebook was damaged. This is important information for our technicians to know. Make sure you have all the parts. Then bring the Chromebook to the Library Media Center. You will be required to complete a work order form before we will attempt to fix the device. A loaner Chromebook will be available until your device is fixed. You will be charged a repair fee for broken screens or other damage that is considered avoidable and requires replacement parts. Your student account will be billed from the Central Administration Center and you do not have to pay in the library when you pick up your Chromebook
Do not attempt to repair the Chromebook yourself!
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