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Replacement touch screen

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I had an unfortunate accident with my HP 24-e014 with the touch screen now going crazy. I can't even use because the keyboard can not enter face click on an application. So I need to replace the screen itself. I have replaced laptop screens before and wondering how difficult will this be to replace? where do I order this screen from? Model of just the screen?

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Replacement touch screen

@Tony135 , welcome to the forum.

 

Here are all of the components for your AIO in HP PartSurfer.  There are two different panels listed.  You will have to find the model on your panel.  Since they are not available from HP, you will have to find them online line.  A good place to begin is on ebay.

 

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