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Replacing either full display or just digitizer

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I've cracked the outer glass on my spectre, and am wondering if I need to replace the full screen assembly or just the digitizer. The screen seems to work just fine after I disabled touch screen, so I'm thinking that replacing the LED panel would probably be a waste, but wanted to get some more opinions before I make a purchase.

 

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@blibglib3 wrote:

.. so I'm thinking that replacing the LED panel would probably be a waste,...


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What is your  Spectre x360 15". Normally HP supplies one part for the whole display, no part called digitizer.

 

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@banhien wrote:

@blibglib3 wrote:

.. so I'm thinking that replacing the LED panel would probably be a waste,...


@blibglib3 

 

What is your  Spectre x360 15". Normally HP supplies one part for the whole display, no part called digitizer.

 

Regards.



@banhien

 

The part I'm looking at is here. I was not planning to buy from HP, but to shop third party and perform the repair on my own as I don't have time to part with the laptop for an official repair. I'm posting on this forum to see if this would be a viable option, or if I have to simply buy the entire display assembly. Does that make sense?

 

Thanks.

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@blibglib3 

 

Well, I don't know, I don't know your machine therefore I can comment anything. You can try.

 

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@banhien

 

Again, I have an HP Spectre x360, a 15" laptop, similar to these but a few years older. I don't know what else you need to know what my machine is... Can you specify? Thanks

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