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Request Letter for Repair Replacement of Old Computer in office

A desktop or laptop in a great working condition can help you complete the task in time and without mistakes. A computer in a bad condition causing errors will not only slow down the work process but also will lead to mistakes in work by the employee.

sample request letter for replacement of old computer in officeTherefore, you should ask your boss/ employer to either have your computer repaired or should buy a new one for you so that the work can happen smoothly without any further troubles.

Here is a formal letter sample from an employee asking for repair of the faulty computer or replacement of it with a new one.

TEMPLATE

Date: _______

To
(Name of the Boss/ Superior Officer)
(Designation)
(Department's Name)
(Organization's Name)

Subj.: Repair or Replacement of Computer in Office

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to inform you that I have been facing trouble working on my computer in the office for the last few weeks. The computer has started showing errors in between the work. It would suddenly reboot sometimes causing a major loss of unsaved work.

This is not only resulting in delay in completion of assigned tasks from my side but also it is affecting my overall performance level for the work done because of the continuous annoyance while working.

I have had the computer checked by the staff of our IT department. He had done some changes initially to improve the system but as this is an old computer, they were also not able to help much in this regard.

Therefore, I am kindly requesting to permit and direct the IT department to either have the computer repaired with major replacements as may be necessary or for purchase of a new computer.

This will greatly help me in timely completion of my assignments and improving productivity.

Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,

    (Signature)
(Name of the Employee)
(Designation)
Employee Code: ______


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