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HP Pavilion All-in-One 24 dp0002nq

The screen is broken in one place only and can t se anything in that area so I need to replace it.

Could you please tell me which of the screen models i should buy and if there are any special conditions of replacing it technically.

Thank you

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@kadriez --  which of the screen models i should buy, and if there are any special conditions of replacing it technically. 

 

Compare buying a new screen to buying a new toothbrush and a new automobile tire.

Almost any toothbrush at the store will be OK, but if you enter a store that sells automobile tires, and purchase the first tire that you see, there is less than a 1% chance that you will purchase a compatible tire.

 

Replacing a screen requires research to find a compatible one, and technical skill to completely disassemble your All-In-One computer, to remove the screen, connect the replacement screen, reassemble your computer, and test that you've done it correctly.

 

Short answer: take your computer to a qualified computer technician, to do the work.

 

Hint: search on YouTube for "how to replace a screen on an All-In-One computer", to gain appreciation of the technical skills required. Here is one video, posted by HP: Replace the LCD Frame/LCD Panel Kit | HP All-in-One 22 and 24 Series | HP - YouTube

 

 

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