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samantha888
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Dropped laptop huge portion of color messed up

hp pavilion dv6626us was dropped screen has huge slash through it (diagonal) and the display is very messed up the colors are messed up and the screen it flicking cant use can read the display screen

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emmanuelpritam
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Seems like a LCD damage. You may have to service the product to fix this.

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samantha888
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u mean like bring it to an expert, if my screen is the only damage than can it be replace???  or fixed at a low cost i have to ask?

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samantha888
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samantha888
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how to buy a  laptop screens that is right for my computer?? what information should i know when buying the screen such as product key or what not?

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AaronM0110
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Hello Samantha, thanks for posting!

 

Sorry to hear that your notebook took a spill! Good news is we can definitely help! This unit will most likely need to be serviced, so contact us at your convenience!

 

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Yes, you will have to contact the manufacturer (HP)

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