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02-14-2022 08:23 AM - edited 02-14-2022 08:30 PM
[EDIT] Got to thinking, is just the glass cracked? Does the display still work? Some monitors and / or All-In-Ones have a glass cover that possibly can be replaced. I am just guessing. Maybe one of the HP employees here might know.
put in the HP Product ID and see if the replacement screen is available
I made a guess for the ID and all I saw was the power cable. The actual ID is needed.
There are no videos on YouTube for disassemble.
.If the screen is not being offered by HP take the monitor apart and obtain a part number and google for it.
Try also eBay and AliExpress.
If in warrantee and accidental damage is covered then can be replaced
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