11-08-2016 01:28 PM
I have a hp laptop but accidently my HP laptop screen got broken. Now, my laptop's warrenty in expired. Can you help me with the proper guidence for my HP laptop screen replacement.
Thanks in advance.
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11-08-2016 01:45 PM
Need the full model number. There are lots of x360s including ones with different sized screens. Touchscreen? Post back if you need help with that:
11-08-2016 01:59 PM
13.3" diagonal FHD IPS UWVA WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (1920 x 1080)
13.3–in, (1920x1280), FHD, UWVA/IPS, white light–emitting diode (WLED), 16:9 ultra wide aspect ratio, AntiGlare, ultra–slim–bent (2.85mm), TouchScreen, Multi–Touch enabled, eDP 856019–001
I can find the 1366 x 768 screen but not having any luck finding your FHD screen anywhere. I searched HP Parts Store eBay India, eBay USA, amazon.com and nothing.
11-09-2016 01:46 AM
Honestly, if you are already into technical blogs and repairs you must give it a try, there are so many DIY guides available these days. DIY videos are also recommended for this as you may find thousands of them on youtube. Yet I must tell you If accidental damage is covered under your laptop’s warranty, don’t do this fix yourself. Get the laptop repaired under the warranty. Again for those Not-so-techy friends out there, better not to take a chance with your laptop.
Flat working area ( Table ) : You’ll need a spot to sit with a flat area to work on your laptop, Preferably a table. Find a clean and noise free space so that you can concentrate.
Small-head magnetic Philips screwdriver: Not small like a mini screwdriver from an eyeglass repair kit, but I’d say between that size and a mid-sized screwdriver would work. If you don’t have a magnetic-head screwdriver, try to find a magnet big enough to magnetize the driver head. This helps the screws stick to the head, making it much easier to remove and replace the screws without cursing as they fall all over the place.
Safety pin or needle: This is for removing the cover stickers that are hiding the screws on your laptop’s surrounding cover, called the bezel.
Plastic putty knife or other thin object: This is optional, to aid in prying apart the screen bezel from the case. Personally, my finger nails usually do the trick. If you do use another object, ensure it’s thin enough but not so sharp that it will leave scrapes or other evidence of prying.
Small bowl or other container: This is for stashing the small screws—and keeping them safe from curious cats and children.
11-09-2016 01:04 PM
Well you already gave a solution and your problem is not solved. We can talk all day about how to fix it but without a replacement part its a moot issue. As I said if you are willing to live with a lower resolution screen it looks like that part can be found but not your very nice full HD screen. Can't find it anywhere. We also need to figure out for sure if you need the whole display or maybe just the touchscreen glass and the touch digitizer.